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Old 09-11-2008, 06:14 PM
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I saw it in person at the Shootout and it was amazing the detail. I would say as far as detail it is a toss up between this boat and the Batman boat. IMO
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I would love to see Skater or MTI put out an Orange County Chopper like show. Show the building of the Theme pieces and the Day to Day building of normal boats
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At first look I said, "whow, too much"....But as you go through the pics....F*ck it, I'll be the first to say it...That thing is bad azz! Why was this not the next Miami Boat Show theme boat? That thing is CRAZY detailed! I love all the detail in the engine compartment. The tools in the bildge, all the acme stuff, tweety sawing the stringer, and all the stringers painted like raw wood. TIGHT! I'd like to know the hours of work into that paint and the cost.
exactly my thoughts....
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exactly my thoughts....
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That detail is incredible
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Old 09-11-2008, 07:12 PM
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Anyone know if this will be appearing at the Lauderdale Boat Show?
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I dig the wood crate look and the tools in the bildge.
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Incredible!!!!

Those stock Mercury engines look way out of place. They need to open the crates and install the Acme power.
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I'm actually a "little" surprised the blowers & valve covers on the 700's don't have SOMETHING on them? Gary must have been tired at that point, or they're waiting for the Merc 1200's to be delivered.
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I think this will be the miami theme boat for sure, great work guys!
 
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