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Thread: Conquest Deckboat Rides! March 6th

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    Keith E. Sayre
    Care to drive a Conquest 28' Top Cat Deckboat? Group 1 Marine
    invites you to the cove at the Nautical Inn this Saturday March
    the 6th from 9 am until about 3 pm for a ride!!
    Bring the family or come alone. It's an opportunity to drive or ride
    in one of the most sought after boats in the country. We'll have
    the new Top Cat II with twin helms and the traditional Top Cat
    deckboats fueled up and ready to go.
    This is your opportunity to find out why people wait in line to get
    one of these boats. There won't be any sales pressure or hassle-
    just drive the boat! If you want to make a deal on one, or order
    one, the factory will be open for tours and information.
    If you can't make it next weekend, let us schedule a private demo
    ride for you whenever it is convenient.
    See you next weekend.
    Keith Sayre
    Conquest Boats
    Lake Havasu City

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    Keith, will you have any Boss Cat's there? How come we don't hear that much about these. The one at the LA show looked very nice.

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    Keith E. Sayre
    Probably because we are building a new mold as we speak for the
    28' Boss Cat! The plug is almost finished, then in a week a new
    mold. The bottom is real close to what we've had but the top
    is taller and sexy! everyone seems to love it.
    Keith Sayre
    Conquest Boats
    Lake Havasu City

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    roln 20s
    Post a pic of the new Boss Cat...atleast some that give us an idea of what to expect.
    Thanks Keith-
    Roln 20s

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    Keith, Did you ever get any pics of the Deckboat you did with the #6 drive a while ago?
    just curious, thanks

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    Keith E. Sayre
    The deckboat with the #6 drive and stand off box etc belongs
    to Rob De Camp and it is still at Gary Teagues place. He should
    be done with it in a week or two. It will be a fun one! I'll get some photos of the Boss Cat plug as you requested.
    Keith Sayre
    Conquest Boats
    Lake Havasu City

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    You know with all the mfg.'s in LHC, I am very surprised this doesn't happen more often. Props to Conquest for providing the consumer with a no pressure, in the water "come and see our boats" type event.
    Other mfg.'s should take notice.

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    This may be a dumb question, but is the New American Offshore deck boat the old Conquest Mold? similar to what Eliminator currently uses?

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    Keith E. Sayre
    I wondered how long it would be until this subject came up!
    When we arrived at the LA boat show, we heard that someone
    had one of our old boats downstairs in their booth. It's hard to
    say if it's one of our boats or a copy but it certainly looks to be
    an exact copy. Then of course we start hearing that theirs is
    a 70 mph boat with a 496 Mag. ----now without starting any
    talk, if it's one of ours or if it is built similar to ours, then it goes
    60 to 62 mph with a 496 Mag and only goes 70 mph behind the
    Suburban. On the other hand, if it is a "flexy flyer" that doesn't
    weigh anything--who can say how fast it is. I was also told that
    they have been building them for over 10 years. Wow-that's news to everyone I think. Good luck to them. Competition makes
    us all improve our game. Ultimately, the consumer probably wins.
    Keith Sayre
    Conquest Boats
    Lake Havasu City

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    Where's Fast Eddie when you need him!
    Ed, you out there? Paging Ed. Someones got your bottom.

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