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For sale my beloved 1978 Formula Interceptor 233i with twin 350CID V8's
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David replied to Ryan Lewicki's discussion What year is this Formula 233?
"My guess is 60's just due to windshield but not sure."
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Year
1978
Power
Twin 355 Chevy Smallblocks, Dart Heads, Stainless Marine Exhaust
Serial Number
SGND1499M78F

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At 9:47pm on April 5, 2008, alan ball said…
thanks david
they are still being built in australia...a mate of mine builds them in queensland.. www.edencraft.com.au take a look ..i was up there in his factory in jan this year... the original mould was bought in the 70s by haines hunter where they were built for a while then endecraft bought the rights...
At 10:01am on April 19, 2008, alan ball said…
hi dave , this boat goes 96 klms an hour which about 59 mile an hour ..i can put bigger props on and most likely reach another 10 mile an hour but ...how fast do we want to go...notice how this boat sits in the water at rest..this boat needs no effort at all to reach planning speed..i had a guy approach me last year that was running the same engines as mine but was transom mount. he was using 30 percent more fuel because of the fact that this boat needs more buoyancy in the aft ..i have fitted a ballys pod to this craft and he is more than happy with the performance of his boat ..
At 8:56am on May 11, 2008, Bertram Major said…
i am in the process of restoring my 1968 formula 233.
Do you think blueprints can still be found for these boats?
At 11:02am on May 11, 2008, Bertram Major said…
I mean any1 who has done these type of projects from start to finish.
What type of material is best for stringers,transom etc.
At 7:07am on June 15, 2008, Klas233 said…
Thanks David,
I was very happy to find this page, the 233 certainly deserves it!
At 6:08pm on July 24, 2008, Gary said…
Hey ya David , Sailingary out here in Los Angeles Cali . I'm thinking about selling my 67 233 and wondering if you know anyone that might be interested in her . Thanks GAry
At 7:35am on September 30, 2008, alan ball said…
hi david
i have noticed there is at least one member with a 24.2 formula on this site . is this site open to 24.2 boat owners as well ,or just 23.3 owners... reason being that ... i have just purchased a 24.2 1986 sportsfish formula from the states...should arrive in 2 weeks .. cost me 20,000 to import it...hope its worth the wait...cheers bally
At 2:48pm on October 2, 2008, Johnny said…
Hey David!

The boat is from Traverse City, I don´t wich side of lake Michigan it is. Is it close to you?

//Johnny
At 2:36pm on October 3, 2008, Johnny said…
Cool, it look like it not so long from traverse City you live. I don´t know it was so close to the Canadian territorium.

Is it easy to find spareparts in US for F 233?
At 12:05pm on October 28, 2008, Brian said…
David, thanks for the advice, I will definitly contact him. Just found this site 2 day ago and very glad I did

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