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Old 12-15-2003, 01:57 PM
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Default Pics of my Black Thunder from the wreck

For those of you that know me, here are the pics of my Black Thunder. And for those who dont know me, here are some pics of my BT that I was pulling and had an accident on the way to LOTO.
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Here'a a more direct link:

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Ouch! What a sad sight.
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Ouch is right!
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that sucks she looked like a nice boat.

as for the repairability of that one. OUCH i dunno that is looking pretty terminal.
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Oh MY WORD!
That is bad. I do hope you and everyone involved are okay? Boats can be replaced-people can't.
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I was sorry to hear of the accident when it happened, but glad that you all would recover. Are you all feeling OK. I am curious how the accident occurred. After spending the summer with Ian towing our BT, I know what a job it is. It also seems that a lot of people are unsure how to drive in the vicinity of such a large trailer and tend to do some goofy things.
Mr. P set off a multi car accident just by being on the side of the road fixing something on the trailer, he said a few drivers were so busy rubber necking that it created a chain reaction resulting in about 6 smashed cars, he said there was a lot of metal flying!!
Is the damage repairable, good luck with the insurance
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Dang I dont know the story but that does not look so good....

This also reminded me of the movie bad boys II... I just watched it last night, and they wrecked a Donzi ZR in one action sequence. That and the 38ZR the drug runners where useing was cool.
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ahhh another one of those $1500 glass JOBs and she will be as good as new
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Myself and the passenger are going to be ok, both had some pretty bad leg injuries but should recover. The boat has been totaled and the insurance company has already settled, thanks Sy at Total Dollar. I just hope that whoever buys the boat from the salvage company will NOT fix that boat and just use the parts from the boat. I would hate to see that boat out on the water after what it has gone through.

I just want everyone out there that pulls these big boats to be careful, especially in the rain!

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