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Old 06-18-2003, 05:20 PM
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Not doubting it, but did anybody else notice that this is a Garmin Streetpilot GPS, not a marine unit?????? Maybe that thing is on the dash of an indy car owned by Bacardi?
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Bacardi Silver !96 mph On Gps !!!!! Freeze Frame Video Inc.

That is dang fast......twice as fast as my Formula.

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How do you join the Freeze Frame DVD Club?
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Of course........you can say that I refered you.....
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Sure wish they could have made that pass at the Kilo run at Smoke on the Water! Dang Michigan weather! I saw 174 when they were just warming up.
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Well????????? Did ya join yet?
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Does anyone know if they will both be at the Lake Rescue Shootout on Lake of the Ozarks in August???
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Hell, that's almost like comparing a pair of monster big-blocks to a pair of outboards.
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GO BY YOU! Back in the eary 80's an outboard powered hyroplane had a kilo of 170+. soooo whattsssupppp with the big blocks after all these years. I like them all!!
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