Finished right on time for the 2006 Grand Prix P1 powerboat racing series this Peter Berkert designed Aluminium race boat is found in excellent condition.
The hull was built (1986-1989) by Malcome Cole in Poole and left in storage for years until two time European Offshore Champion (on a Lamborghini powered Bertram 38 Competition 1995/1996), Tony Hamilton acquired it and did the rigging and technical lay-out with brand new components and the famous V12 Lamborghini's offshore engines in staggered configuration with Speedmaster outdrives on extension boxes.
It participated in the official training for the 2006 P1 British Grand Prix but didn't participate in the race and has been in dry storage since 2006. With only 6 hours of use this race boat is still like a new boat.
With a lightweight Aluminium hull and powered by twin Mercruiser Lamboghini 630Hp V12's she has plenty of grunt and will put a smile on your face.
This boat is like a time capsule and whoever is interested in it appreciates, that it is oldschool workmanship and technical design in almost new condition.
Mercruiser Lamborghini 9.3L V12 630Hp (More details on www.lambocars.com/marine_power)
RPM range up to 5500 rpm
Books and owners manual
Ignition has been modernised
Motor management with individual coils and computer controlled ignition was designed in 2010 and takes care of the typical ignition problems of these old school engines with mechanical distributor.
All clamps, hinges, handles and throttles in Titanium
Fresh water cooling system and heat exchangers come with the boat
Carburettors have been ultrasonically cleaned, recalibrated and sealed with gun oil.
Gauges by LIVORSI
All safety features were up to date and met all requirements prior to last use in 2006.
Two axle storage trailer comes with boat
Two axle trailer (road legal GB) with air brakes is available subject to separate negotiation
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