2000 21? Schiada V-Drive River Cruiser for sale in Redding, California
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Type of Boat: River Cruiser
Model: V-DRIVE RIVER CRUISER
Fuel Type: gas
Engine Model: Brummett Built 1200+HP 572 CID Big Block
Max Speed (Boat): 115
Inboard / Outboard (Boat): Single I/O
Total Horse Power: 1200
Beam (Boat): 8.4
Hull Material (Boat): fiberglass
691535 - ONE OWNER, 5 Hours On Brummett Built 1200+HP 572 CID Big Block Chevrolet Engine, Twin Whipple Chargers, Jesel Valvetrain, Polished Turbo 400 Transmission. Trailing External Rudder, Through Hull Strut Hydraulic Steering. Full Set Autometer Gauges. Beautiful Gel Coat Graphics. Will Go 115+MPH. 21' River Cruiser specs: v-drive, length 21' Beam 94" weight 3500, Heritage, Heritage, Heritage! The heart and soul of our company for the last 33 years, one word,... V-DRIVE RIVER CRUISER. Nothing like it, nothing ever like it, nothing ever going to be like it. She's as iconic as the Porsche Turbo Carrea 911, Lamborgini Countach, Ferrari Daytona Spyder, and the Shelby Cobra. She's 21' of uncompromising quality, workmanship, handling, acceleration, tracking, speed, and determination. The absolute pinnacle of muscle boating. How much power do you have? Doesn't matter, she'll take it. The modern River Cruiser will run from 30 mph to 100 mph in under 3 seconds, . 50 mph to 100 mph in less than two seconds. How fast? Who cares! A 100+ mph ride in one of these rockets through 2 and 3 footers will leave the most experienced boater shaking with adrenalin. This boat is a Legend. Really, you ask,..... how fast. Honestly, we don't know. It's really not the point when she will pin you in the seat just as hard when you tag the throttle at 110 mph as she will at 50 mph. Rough water,... bring it on, she was born in the Catalina Channel and the bigger it gets, the better she works. She has won every major speed ski event from Catalina to Australia and has won the hearts and souls of all true performance boaters, owners or not. Don't let her name mislead you, the Schiada River Cruiser is a beast! call Ken .