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Old 03-04-2008, 07:01 PM
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Someone once told me that carrera and pantera where right next door to each other and actually shared employees during down time.
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Someone once told me that carrera and pantera where right next door to each other and actually shared employees during down time.
As far as I know Carrera was always in Medley, FL and never on 188th St. Could have been before my time down here. Perhaps Pantera was in Medley at one time.
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In what year did Pantera leave 188th St?

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Here's a shot of the rental car the one and only time I was on 188th St.
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Heading East on NE 188th St:

Left side of street:
Ft. Apache Marina with Hawk Marine Power
Apache Performance Boats -Bobby Saccenti & crew
Cigarette
USA/ Pantera
Tempest

Right side of street:
Magnum Marine (still there)
city vehicle storage
A.J. Roberts shop
Cigarette
Aronow Powerboats/later Bobby Moore's then TNT Marine
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I always thought USA racing was in the building that Bobby Moore/TNT later used.
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Corrections there Mr. ED. Riteside was Hi-Lift Marina, Magnum Marine, Donzi Marine,Seawall contruction,empty storage lot,Squadron/USA and leftside was Fort Apache Marine,Apache Marine,Cigarett Marine, Signature/Tempest Marine. And bacn the it was N. Miami Bch. I watched the condo evolve just south of the canal behind Donzi back then. And one other note, after Donzi moved to Lauderdale Lakes, BOSS HOG marine took over the old Donzi building. After that, it all went down hill from there. So Much For THUNDER ALLEY !!!
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Great info...Thanks for the help! Does anyone have the years? Was Thunderbird on 188th st? And was Thunderbird alone from 56 to 62? And 62 was the first year Arronow started building there?
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I have no knowledge prior to 1983, as I had no cause to go there until then. I would have paid closer attention to detail had I known there would be such a drastic change and the city of Aventura planned to erase the memory of Thunderboat Row.
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