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Old 08-16-2003, 04:38 PM
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Wink Hmmmm - That canopy looks familiar.....

You're right about the canopy/back seat ride, Craig. You can arrive for dinner or the opera after a high-speed ride without even mussing up The Admiral's hair.
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Here is an early shot, is it part of the deck or add-on? They both look good. cb
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Another. cb
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One more. They are both very nice similar yet different. And you are correct to ride in the front or back is great. I always like those boats and they say they are real fun to run. Maybe someday I could go for a ride. Craig
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Trade you rides any day.

Wow - the similarities are amazing. My hull was designed to accept either front/back seating with an F16 canopy(like the Rain-X race boat), or a side-by-side pleasure interior. The entire interior, including the windshield fairing, is a one-piece, drop-in insert. It is screwed, bonded and laminated to the hull, bulkheads, and stringers, but not actually part of the mold. The roof, however, is supported by 2" aluminum tubing. I wish my roof was as well-integrated as the Dragon - very stylish and, I'm sure, strong. (Nice lamination work, by the way - looks like it was pre-preg and autoclaved.)

Bet this view looks familiar, too: (Yes - that's an A/C vent. You DID A/C the Dragon, didn't you? )
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Yes, on the lamination. Split, the center is a walk way or sit down port/starboard post 27. You climb over nothing. Dual helm behind the dash. T&S are the seat base, also post 27. As they say anytime.....Let Ride. Craig
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Congrats Craig!!! Looking good. When are you going to bring one out west?? Tell Lynda Kelly and I say hello.

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...You can arrive for dinner or the opera after a high-speed ride without even mussing up The Admiral's hair...
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