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  1. #31
    . . . Diabolical . . . . .what sort of feindish plot is this . . . . the batboat was a non-step hull and it was pretty good in rough water. we later had Alfred add Batsteps and were able to gain a considerable increase in overall velocity but at the cost of handeling

    Bulldog- man i coild tell you some stories about her. that woman in buckWILD! . . . .

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    Did the Batboat have a stepped hull ?

  3. #33
    it may be time to contact Reindlpowerboats for an upgrade.
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    Kentucky - where the women are so fast we have to put a governor on 'em!!
    AHEM, aren't we forgetting James T. Kirk. He's had every chick imagineable. He's defeated everything from rock blobs to gods... AND... He's the Captain of a pretty fast ship.

    Yeah, but didn't he screw a green chick in one episode? Man, I've had occasion to lower my standards in the past, but that punta has to be bad if it's green!! I guess it's like they say, "Once you go green, it never comes clean!"

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    I bet open72 will never post another question thanks to all of us. And I am stickin with Batman being the coolest. He had attitude and liked to kick a$$. Along with the girls, toys and money.

    By the way, James T. Kirk blew. He got old and fat. Never seen Batman get old and fat.

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    Well, I was the 5th to respond, gave an honest, serious answer, and look like a real jerk now. EVERYONE KNOWS BATMAN WAS WAY COOLEST. SUPERMAN DIDN'T EVEN HAVE A BOAT AND CLARK KENT COULDN'T DRIVE ANYTHING! --- Jer

  7. #37
    Just Say N2O
    I really like how they attached a couple pieces of metal to the transom of Batman's batboat to make that realistic looking rooster tail....NOT!

  8. #38
    Just Say N2O
    See what I mean?
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    OMG that looks like an old Glastron. Wonder what kind of engine it has? Hey is that where Cigarette got the idea for their dual cockpit?


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    [SIZE=4]As I recall Steps make you TRIP[/SIZE]

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