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Old 01-14-2011, 02:14 PM
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It's been around for a few years. You can see pics of it on the FPC site. It used to belong to Albert Haynesworth and was built in conjunction with Pier57.
I enjoyed his crew at desert storm last year!!!

Boats awesome in person, even before the updated interior!
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I enjoyed his crew at desert storm last year!!!

Boats awesome in person, even before the updated interior!


LOL, Tank... Those look just like my pics. I was with Abraham in the 36' MTI that day.

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Thanks again on the feed back. This interior is not for everyone. I thought it fit the boat and finished its theme inside out. I was tired of putting a sports car interior in a sick boat. Road and track and powerboat magazines have the same type of stuff. Sometimes something different is good.
no its COOL, I LIKE IT!!!! NICE JOB. Art. ps.I am working on a designer rug for my 28 saber with fades in it. our rugs are made by hand each yarn is hand tuffed. done some wild homes with rugs in wool and silk$$$. but just had another surgery so it won't be done until spring. again nice work.

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LOL, Tank... Those look just like my pics. I was with Abraham in the 36' MTI that day.

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She was working the crowd good! That was on the way to the Naked Pirate on Saturday I believe
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That boat is sick... Fantaxtic job Jaime.

BTW, I am 44 and STILL listen to Iron Maiden.
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Appreciate the craftsmanship.... but wow thats some freakin' ugly chit. If there was a way to overdo a boat-- that's it. Jesus christ.
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100% concur with mastercraft240. That is crazy hideous. But like many others said- different strokes... As long as the owner loves it, that's all that matters.
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Thanks to all on the feed back. Most of all thanks Ken for letting me do the job. A really great guy and would do work for him anytime. Enjoy the pictures. Just finished 3 buckets for Nor-Techs New 52 cat will be shown at Miami boat show. Next project a 30 spectra cat re design and update. Show you progress pics next week. thanks Jamie from Cutting Edge.
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