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Old 02-17-2002, 04:26 PM
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Sorry didnt get any pics of the girls working the booths, but I think donzi had a pretty good group.
3hrs on the computer finally got them done:
http://www.angelfire.com/nb/detailli...w_pictures.htm
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and didn't take one damn picture. Of course it was raining most of the time and/or cloudy
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Old 02-17-2002, 05:07 PM
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Hey Velocity, what size is that Sonic with the surface drives on it? It looks BIG!
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Thank you fot the pics and leting us live vicariously through you
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I believe the Sonic was a 42 ft with 800+ hp Desiels and surface drives
P.S. Liked your article in PB mag...
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I think you are wright it was 42 or 47, he said they borrowed the engines from carnival cruise lines had to return them after the show. One other interesting thing about that boat it had non-skid flooring along the sides of the boat, running full length of the cockpit, so you dont slip off when trying to dock. Thought that was intersting. Wish I could of took more but I ran out of disk space.
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Nice pics...thanks....did Velocity have the VR1 Factory 1 boat on display?
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Nice Pics, V260!
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Thanks for the effort on the pictures. What was the power in the yellow Nortech "Predator"?
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Nice pics. One correction on the Sunseeker. It was the 60' Predator model and a beautiful one at that. The show was awesome!!
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