Merry Christmas

Like Christmas, I believe that COR is more than who got to the pin first or who took the correct line in and out but more about giving, creating friendships and memories.

So, during your holiday gatherings with your family and loved ones raise your favorite beverage and toast to the past and future racing family of COR.

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year
God Bless The Bandy's

007's picture

Dear Santa, I would like a new COR boat for Christmas. If you can't fit it down the chimney, please leave it at Bandy's house and I will pick it up in the morning. Thank you.

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Dear Santa,

Let's have COR develop here in the East [Upstate New York] with the success shown out West!

007's picture

East Coast COR may happen in the next year or two... Seems like we have been getting lots of interest, right now it is just too spread out along the Eastern seaboard. Happy New Year!

that would be great, then your Dad could school us like you school them out there!!

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I have my boat almost ready and another for somebody to fix and put a motor on. It`s only a 10 hr drive to the east coast for me. I hope it happens.

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Maybe a little explaination is needed after my last post. I have a 1985 STV comp narrow deck (same as LTV) that i plan to stretch to COR limit of 18ft 6in. I`ll do this by extending the transom back much like the guys did the Sleekcraft`s back in the 80`s.

007's picture

I miss driving the STV pointy nose. That is fast and fun boat.

DaBull's picture

My hope is that by moving the transom back 8" it will not add to much bow lift. This is where the 2.0 liter helps. If i were to use a 2.5 drag then no way. Mid 80`s would be safe i think.

007's picture

Wishing all of CORs a safe and fun 2014!