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Home | Archive | 8/23/2015 | DONZI - Z29 FOXFIRE


End Time:8/23/2015 11:07
Sold Price:$4,500
Listing Format:FixedPriceItem
Location:Port Charlotte, Florida (33953)
For Sale By:Private Seller


Year:1987Fuel Type:
Make:DONZIEngine Make:
Model:Z29 FOXFIREEngine Model:
Length:29.0Engine Type:None
Beam:9.0Fuel Capacity:
Condition:Boat Type:HIGH PERFORMANCE


Donzi Z29 Foxfire no engines or outdrives TRAILER NOT INCLUDED Donzi Z-29 Foxfire by Don Aronow this is a rare boat it is one of the last boats to come off the Donzi line in 1986 and the hull number indicates it is the yellow boat that was in the literature (see third picture) Donzi went out of business in 1987 and was picked up later. This boat has no engines but is ready for new power 454 engines will push this boat in the mid 60mph 502 engines will push it in the 80mph. There is no trailer. This boat is solid, missing back seat, has K planes and Bravo Gimbals, rams and transom plates that are in good shape, cockpit cover, Keikaufeur controls and indicators, racing bolsters, hydraulic steering and Bomar hatch. In picture 4 the yellow boat with dual portholes is the boat we are selling. It is easily identified by the yellow bottom. The people that purchased Donzi had white bottoms on the boats and they were produced from 1988 on. The boats in this picture went to the Chicago and New York boat show. This boat was purchased new at the New York boat show in 1987 as we have talked with the original owner. We have extablished 99% validity of this hull being number 1 Donzi 29 Foxfire by the Donzi factory officials. We purchased this boat from the production manager, writer, boat racer Todd Cimino. He handled all the boats for the TV Series Maimi Vice and has established this hull as solid with no major problems. As in all boat purchases you can have your NAMS or SAMS surveyor look over the boat it is your option.


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