42' Bruno

oldshell55

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BHM36 , 38’ young bros ,
It's like a '57 Chevy. The only thing not listed in the ad is the "C"ore word
 

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BHM36 , 38’ young bros ,
keep going back just to look at her
 
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That cat makes some decent torque but brunos dont swing the wheel. Must be twisting the piss out of her. Or hitting the pipe.
 

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There is no way in hell they get that speed out of 350hp

I agree, but i could be totally in wrong. My 35JC w 320hp cat tops out at 18-20knts(20 with tide)

More realistically I could see 8-10cruise 14-15 top end maybe.
 

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I agree, but i could be totally in wrong. My 35JC w 320hp cat tops out at 18-20knts(20 with tide)

More realistically I could see 8-10cruise 14-15 top end maybe.

there was one by me with a Volvo in the 80's, it definitely moved, he may have exaggerated just a little, that's Ok, but I don't think he is to far off the mark. my bhm tops out 19+ with 350. another by me with a 210 cat cruised like you say 8-10
 

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If those boats are light, they push real easy. They are slightly easier to push than a 36' BHM from what I've seen around here. There's one down here w/ a F/B, but very light and he cruises 18 knots w/ a 430hp 6CTA.
 

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I've observed that if a Bruno happens to be solid glass, that is usually mentioned immediately. Unless the owner or broker is completely oblivious to the very coring problems that were the downfall of Bruno, why would that not be the first thing mentioned if it is solid?
 

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not a deal killer

I've observed that if a Bruno happens to be solid glass, that is usually mentioned immediately. Unless the owner or broker is completely oblivious to the very coring problems that were the downfall of Bruno, why would that not be the first thing mentioned if it is solid?

your right , be like not mentioning a new engine. Although it could get through life without problems if taken care of from the start, and not a deal killer just the fact that it is cored, but all of them must be looked over well
 
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