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Old 08-29-2002, 10:10 PM
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Wellcraft 38 Scarab KV(Season 2 - 5)
LOA 37'10" (11.53M) BEAM 8'9" (2.67M) DRY WEIGHT w/ENGINE (APPROXIMATE) 10,200 LBS. (4445.25KG) FUEL CAPACITY 194 GALLONS (734.29L) WATER CAPACITY 8 GAL. (30.28L) DEADRISE 24 degrees DRAFT UP (APPROXIMATE) 24" (.61M) DRAFT DOWN (APPROXIMATE) 36" (.92M) BRIDGE CLEARANCE 5'2" (1.58M) SLEEP CAPACITY 4 PERSONS HEADROOM 4'9" (1.45M)
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Damn, I loved that black Ferrari too! The white Testarosa wasn't as cool.
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Old 08-29-2002, 10:14 PM
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Wellcraft 38 Scarab KV(Season 2 - 5)
SLEEP CAPACITY 4 PERSONS HEADROOM 4'9" (1.45M)
....or one Mac Daddy Don J. and one Sheena Easton
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Old 08-29-2002, 10:15 PM
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That car was bad ass:

Ferrari Daytona Spyder 365 GTS/4
No. of Cylinders 12, 60 V Bore & Stroke 81 x 71 mm. Unitary & Tot. Capacity 365.86 / 4,390.35 cc. Compression Ratio 9.3:1. Max. Power output 352 bhp at 7200 Rpm Timing Gear 2 Valves per Cylinder Gearbox 5, plus reverse Fuel Tank 98 Litres Wheelbase & Front/Rear track 2,400 / 1,440 / 1,425 mm
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Old 08-29-2002, 10:24 PM
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Intro......35 seconds into it. You have to wait for the whole 5.5Meg to load.

HERE


This one is different.


MOVIE

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Check out those lights on top of the arch.............
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Nay, Phantom...

The car was not a Ferrari. It was a Daytona fiberglass kit car on a Vette base. The pic you posted shows it as good as any I've seen. Look closely at:

1) The seats and the way they are sectioned to fold forward (the Italian Stallion's seats I don't think they fold forward at all).

2) Center console (the side-handle '74 - '77 e-brake)

3) Windshield and windshield header (all Vette).

It was still cool, though. I had a '76 Vette and wanted to do the conversion to it - lack of funds stopped me (not lack of good taste).
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Old 08-29-2002, 11:21 PM
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Miami Vice ruled! I probably still have a pair of white mesh shoes around here somewhere. I was told the black car was a Ferrari on a Vette chassis. I almost cried the episode they blew it up.
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McCollinstin - You are 100% right.....it was a Vette. Damn...memories. I'll be honest, Miami Vice was the show that brought me into performance boating ! Wardey
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I have a lot of the old shows on VHS. Love to watch them during the off months. Always end up staying up way too late to see the TV shows..... but the are worth it!!!
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