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Old 12-08-2007, 02:16 AM
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Default UMMM< WTF kinda boat is this thing

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/33-CA...QQcmdZViewItem

It looks to me like a scarab got ass raped by a skater
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Art Carlson (glasstron) Fountian actully built a few of them with some changes. I have never seen that before. 33 ft single?
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That poor lil jeep
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I'd rather have a bladerunner. Plus there is a lot of wood in that boat.
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Apt description packin'.......

"the boat’s construction has a somewhat tender aspect typical of prototypes that is best handled by an experienced sailor"

huh?
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33 single, I see why the put a blower on it
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1500 hp with a change of a pulley!! All this out of an MPI intake! You guys should learn something!
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I'd rather have a bladerunner. Plus there is a lot of wood in that boat.
No kidding, at least the Bladerunner looks cool.
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Built with a wood structure and Kevlar overlay, the boat weighs a mere 1,300 lbs less engine and out drive.

WOW...
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I wonder if it really pulls that 36 pitch prop they pictured plus with the weight listed under 2000 lbs before motor/drive was installed would it blow over if the wind caught it? The pic of the front from inside does look very lightweight,I would be worried it would disentegrate when it hit the first big wave,Smitty
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