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Old 04-03-2003, 01:44 PM
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how about doug?
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Old 04-04-2003, 02:20 PM
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Lucy,

I havnt seen doug in years. The last time i talked to him he was at some small shop on Ochechobee..this was '89 i think. Did get word though that Marshall is doing well considering..... He is in Miami now

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What race team did he used to belong to?
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hmmmmm!!!!!!!!!!!!
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did somebody say cocaine?!?
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Marshall started with a boat called "Macho", a 24' Pantera, in 1980. We won the national champ. in 82 with that boat. We then raced "seahawk" p-68 together. He went on to buy the old "Manta" and changed the name to "blackjack".
 
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Dont worry about the 20 kilos of "ballas" in the front of the boat!
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Marshall started with a boat called "Macho", a 24' Pantera, in 1980. We won the national champ. in 82 with that boat. We then raced "seahawk" p-68 together. He went on to buy the old "Manta" and changed the name to "blackjack".
Does anyone have any pics of the p-68 Seahawk boat?
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In point of fact.......
The saga of Sal and Willie is what makes truth much more compelling than fiction.......

You could make an amazing movie simply by telling the facts in this tale. From a strong Latino heritage to the streets of Miami, throw in a little Noriega, a few dozen major Florida Banks, world class boats and driving talent, incredible wealth and criminal transactions, and too very compelling personalities surrounded by a cadre of "team mates" who , themselves are doing extended stints at "camp".

Those days make today's sport, even with all the bling, seem like nursery school by comparison.

You will probably never see this kind of criminal empire again....except in Congress.

Via Con Dios...... to the "boys".

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