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Old 08-24-2009, 09:49 PM
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Old 08-24-2009, 10:23 PM
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That is a fantastic looking boat without even commenting on the paint. At just a glance, the measurements from stern to bow are perfectly proportioned to how much they trimmed off of the deck, to be in line with the horizon. Congratulations on having a HELL of a machine, blessed Tit Provider Bro
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Old 08-24-2009, 10:38 PM
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That is a fantastic looking boat without even commenting on the paint. At just a glance, the measurements from stern to bow are perfectly proportioned to how much they trimmed off of the deck, to be in line with the horizon. Congratulations on having a HELL of a machine, blessed Tit Provider Bro
When Barry had that boat it had the skags cut off the drives and a rudder. I see in pic's you changed that set up Why?
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That is a fantastic looking boat without even commenting on the paint. At just a glance, the measurements from stern to bow are perfectly proportioned to how much they trimmed off of the deck, to be in line with the horizon. Congratulations on having a HELL of a machine, blessed Tit Provider Bro
very well said and my exact thought... the lines of the boat are nicely proportioned.... definitely a peace of art and flows very nice... and yea the paint is also bad aszzz..
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Amazing!!!! Beautiful Boat!!!!
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Old 08-25-2009, 01:06 AM
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When Barry had that boat it had the skags cut off the drives and a rudder. I see in pic's you changed that set up Why?
This is not Barry's old boat.
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This is not Barry's old boat.
I think he may of meant that size Skater.
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What a great test day
Awesome boat!! Glad to see you have one of the best in the business, John Tomlinson, helping out.
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That is a fantastic looking boat without even commenting on the paint. At just a glance, the measurements from stern to bow are perfectly proportioned to how much they trimmed off of the deck, to be in line with the horizon. Congratulations on having a HELL of a machine, blessed Tit Provider Bro
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