Son of a Gladiator
I have a 1978 20' cig going down to FL today to get re-done
Do I put back to original old school
or I do it up to look like my gladiator.
I would like to hear what you guys think
I will post some pic' later
Last edited by ONESICKGLADIATOR; 11-03-2004 at 12:14 PM. Reason: added some pic's
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Son of a Gladiator
tough choice but it would look kool to have a smaller twin
donz jr mike
If you make it a twin to the Gladiator, be sure to put a single 800 h.p. Zul in it.
I have a '77 I am going to do this winter. I went back and forth on the same subject. I am going to keep all the original stuff in storage, but I am going to update it. I am pricing out a 725hp Turbine (the name will be Smokin). I think the thing will be sick w/ the flames and smoke.
Let me know what and who is doing it.
I think your Gladiator has a paint job that could be well replicated on a smaller scale and look even better than this 20 and the Tiger on top of it. And this looks pretty damn good. Then again you could do nothing to the paint and put that Zul in it and have ONESICK20. Can't wait to see it.
Do it as a twin, and store all the original stuff away.
It would be way to much fun to have onesickmini-me.
You have to keep us updated on this project.
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Old school - all the way!!!! Maybe use some of the same colors from the Gladiator but do an original (to the boat model year) style paint job? It would "match" to some extent, but still look original unto itself.
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