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Old 08-10-2005, 09:45 PM
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I can fit more MILFs on a wide beam boat!

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Ocean Express
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38' -10'1"
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Assuming that you are on a budget since you bought all the MILF's in Austin.
Try this one,
Baja Trade-in with Bigblock and Double D's preferred,
Wide Beam Sunseeker with Twin Mercruiser454 Magnums, Under 20 years old like your gals, just under 30 foot at 29, 65mph boat, Never Partyed on, or at least on Travis, Or litely partyed, Ok Been on Travis and Rocked till the Sun came up. Delivery included and Ice chest filled.
www.yachtworld.com/austinperformanceboats
see Sunseeker 29 call Jeff 214-682-2003 anytime but early.
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46' Cougar with 9' 3" beam triple's though.


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Need new pics Clay. That's old and busted.
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I can fit more MILFs on a wide beam boat!
Then his should be right in your wheel house

Terry posted these on the Nor-Tech forum Twin C 32 Cats, ASD 14 drives. Currently 1650 HP each
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Need new pics Clay. That's old and busted.
OK... Here are some from two weekends ago.

You can see many more (including topless) at: Clay's Photos
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Thanks for the replies guys, but... I don't want to spend over $60K. Some of these boats look more like $600K!

So far, the Sunseeker looks interesting. I'm guessing that it has a wide beam, but the specs don't say. I do like the HUGE sundeck!
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Oh yeah.... 2500 posts, baby!
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