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Old 01-07-2009, 11:40 AM
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That would be kind of hard to do, since this is the ONLY one EVER built in this model. There are smaller ones. It was custom buult and according to the owner of Playcraft, still no one else has ordered another yet.
I can't imagine why

It looks like the boat everyone wishes, their friend has, but would never buy for themselves.
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I can't imagine why

It looks like the boat everyone wishes, their friend has, but would never buy for themselves.
That is why I sure wish my brother would keep it.
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kind of reminds of me of a Fountain

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That toon is frikkin cool as hell ....
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I have seen this boat up close and it is way cool. This would be great if you had a harem like Clay. Defintely the definition of a party boat.
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How does it handle at those speeds? Can you turn it?
buddy of mine has one just like that you would not believe how will they handle and ride. I was totally amazed! Actually reminded me of the Jet Express ferry out on Put-in-Bay
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Old 01-07-2009, 12:59 PM
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buddy of mine has one just like that you would not believe how will they handle and ride. I was totally amazed! Actually reminded me of the Jet Express ferry out on Put-in-Bay
Those engines are so far apart, you can park it in a phone booth. The more I talk about it, the more I should just pick it up from him.
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yea you could start pontoonsonly.com?


my friends boat has a walkway down the center between the motors. its pretty slick he's got this full enclosure and at speed its the funniest thing to see. Big'ol red box flying down the river with a rooster tail behind it. the things a riot . . . . i've named it "Toonzilla"
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yea you could start pontoonsonly.com?


my friends boat has a walkway down the center between the motors. its pretty slick he's got this full enclosure and at speed its the funniest thing to see. Big'ol red box flying down the river with a rooster tail behind it. the things a riot . . . . i've named it "Toonzilla"
This one has the walkway. Very convenient.
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Heres one on the color cruise last fall. After this i started calling it the Fly'in Killer Tomato. Of course i had to warn my friend about using the boat out by our local military bases firing range in lake erie. They use a radar reflecting target thats actually known as the killer tomato


Incidentally my friends has made the 40 plus mile trip across the west end of Lake Erie to Put-in-Bay several times in total comfort and speed in case anyone doubts the usability of these things. They are a blast! This one that for sale looks like its set to rock pretty good
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Heres one on the color cruise last fall. After this i started calling it the Fly'in Killer Tomato. Of course i had to warn my friend about using the boat out by our local military bases firing range in lake erie. They use a radar reflecting target thats actually known as the killer tomato


Incidentally my friends has made the 40 plus mile trip across the west end of Lake Erie to Put-in-Bay several times in total comfort and speed in case anyone doubts the usability of these things. They are a blast! This one that for sale looks like its set to rock pretty good
That full enclosure is wicked.
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