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Old 09-22-2008, 10:50 PM
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When I joined OSO, I had a 22-foot Crownline.
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In 2006 I bought my 31-foot Cigarette Bullet.
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I still had it in 2007
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And 2008
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The only difference... I can fit more hotties in a 31-foot boat!
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Old 09-22-2008, 11:15 PM
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The only difference... I can fit more hotties in a 31-foot boat!
Fack me...
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Old 09-23-2008, 07:27 AM
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The only difference... I can fit more hotties in a 31-foot boat!
Bow down to Clay.......
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Started boatless
Bought a 20' Thompson Cararra
Sold it a year later and bought a 251 Checkmate Convincor
Sold it this spring

I'm now back to kind of boatless. I have half of a 20 Outrage Whaler and own some parts in Thrillseeker's 28 SS Cig
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The only difference... I can fit more hotties in a 31-foot boat!
Imagine what you could do with a 42 Tiger, or a 46 RR!
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That is a great boat, owned by Wilma and Brian Ross of "Learning the Ropes with the Ross's" Race Team. Remembered the boat was owned by Bill Taylor of Power Boating Canada. When the Ross's bought the boat they had it completely redone by Hot Knot's Marine. What does it look like know.
Still looks the same minus the graphics. Still keep it on the trailer unless I bring it in behind the house for the week end. Only 65 hrs on the meters since I purchased it from Brian in 98. Have been put'n serious thought into returning it back to the Vice colors. Do you have any early pics of it?

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