There is a 47 at our marina. It has some big turbo diesels in it, and a huge set of surface drives. I've seen this boat run and it throws a giant rooster tail, and a giant wake. i think it runs about 60mph. anyone know the history of these, and how many were built?
i took some pics, but it was dark out....so they didn't turn out that great.
i put my hand in there so show how large the ports are.
whoops...just noticed i spelled ARONOW wrong in the Post topic header.
i will try to get some better pics in the light.
[QUOTE]Originally posted by hi-perf-2000
[B]whoops...just noticed i spelled ARONOW wrong in the Post topic header.
You Dumb Ass..!!!!!!
Are you comming down sat? I'll be on C dock
i am debating heading down....depends on the forcast. But i'll swing by C dock if i'm there. You better have a cocktail and some head-gear ready for me if i do show up
there's one at Falcon in NY that's being refitted...it's a monster...
I think only about 4 or 5 were made...
That's a nice setup. Always liked that boat. I think if were looking for a fast express cruiser this might be the ticket.
One of the exceptionally cool things about digital pictures is how easy it is to manipulate them. Most cameras come with some basic image manipulation software (Home Edition Photoshop, or some such), and you can very easily lighten/darken up the pictures. This allows you to take a crappy original and make it acceptable in most cases.
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