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Old 12-07-2005, 11:33 PM
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377 Scarab with twin turbo Gale Banks motors in front of Speedy II drives! Check out that vinyl baby!
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With all that info listed you would think that the top speed is stated.
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You know when people say "they don't make them like they used to" - there's probably a reason *why*....



My eyes hurt just from looking at the pictures!
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You know when people say "they don't make them like they used to" - there's probably a reason *why*....



My eyes hurt just from looking at the pictures!
OMG!!!!!!!!!!!! When I saw the pics, I was going to post the same f'ing picture & comment. We think too much alike
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I'm amazed at the condition of the vinyl. It's like brand new. That rig looks like it's been in a time capsule for the last 25 years.
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Very cool boat
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SWEEEET!!!!! Nice boat, that's OldSchool baby!!!
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The boat belongs to a fellow OSO Member.
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It does look like its in nice shape considering that it's better than 25 years old. We laugh at the graphics, interior (check out a mid-80's Formula with the mouse-hair velour, best viewed in "slaughterhouse red"), and cockpit styling from back then, but I wonder what folks are going to say about all of the Walt Disney graphics on a lot of today's boats? Ever see a new Cig - definitely an acquired taste, IMO...
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With all that info listed you would think that the top speed is stated.

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