Originally Posted by fund razor
Slippery when wet. "POD" Free Tunnel through Common Sense Engineering
just like the old days...........
It just needs a third motor to be a good fishing machine.
Last edited by Ron P; 08-03-2004 at 04:27 PM.
Originally Posted by Jesse James
There is a regular landslide of potential buyers for this "wonderful" design. It won't be long before the original "Sea Knife" will develop a stable of loyal followers.....and don't forget the Cigarette Halter Cat.....
Can Jerry Jacoby's cat be far behind?
Brownie........ you've got to be rolling on the floor...you equivocating @#*%^$...!
Last edited by T2x; 08-03-2004 at 04:42 PM.
Isn't this the guy who crashed the Staten Island Ferry into the wharf last year?
Actually I sold that back to Broward Marine and made a few bucks on it. Last year I ran into a guy that bought it for more than I sold it to Broward......Originally Posted by T2x
I think it still has the flowers I planted in it. (They're worth more now.)
All kidding aside, let's be fair to those that spent tons of money on developing and trying different passions for if it were not for those few that were willing to follow their ideas many of us would not have had jobs. Even the failures made many of the successes that exist today.
>ps the Sea Knife was pretty scary.......it went through the water kinda like a penny dropped in a glass of water.........I remember Lynnwood crashing into the wall at the lake like 8 times just trying to get it out of the channel.
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