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Old 03-10-2004, 01:06 PM
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cool pics of the tooling. They need to contact thier webmaster though. The thumbnails don;t correspond to the right pictures though.
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Nice!!!!

Here's a perfect engine for that shiny new Apache!


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Now, how are they gonna fit those motors in that 18" long plastic model!?

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You all just didn't catch on. Scroll your mouse for awhile and you will hit an invisible link that will show you actual pictures of finished full size prototype boats. There is a 37, 47, 41, the new 28, and the unheard of Apache 55' with staggered quadruple Sterlings. They even show you a sketch of the new Apache 36 CAT.

It is there just look for it.
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just kidding, I made it up

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Nort,
You bring your toy and play at my Bat Pad anytime.
I have a play toy too, and the ducks in my pond make great turn markers! I am having an Offshore racer party at my pad in the spring, race what you bring!!!
I have Trailer Trash Barbie at my helm with fake 36 D's,!
Who is driving your toy?
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She must have had a reduction because Barbie has measurments of 39-23-33.

Sounds about right to me except too many in the midwest have it wrong at 39-39-39
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pretty good pics of the plug process. hope it comes together. anybody see the bottom of the "latest news" page. says they will be putting up a forum board to highlight progress. heres the quote

"Our New SMOKE SIGNAL discussion board is designed to allow everyone to see the progress of each and every part of the new Apache and it's building system. Click here to view and/or join!

Be warned, there will be NO BASHING or arguing of any nature from anyone!"

really hope they get a boat in the water soon. being a glass guy my self i have to say i am impressed with the method of construction and development regardless of all the friction.
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Dave, totally agree that it looks like they are going through a lot of effort to make the molds. But, they were supposed to have a finished boat by now, and they don't even have pictures of a finished hull and deck that's ready to BE rigged, yet alone one that IS rigged. So, I think a number of people are pointing out that none of the boats are finished yet. So, there is a lot of publicity but no product yet.

Still, I hope it works out well.
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so sometime after the boats hit the market, I would expect the lawsuits to start flying
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Did anyone else have this pop up on them? I think it's a letter they are proud of but check out the "Sub par" comment about the paint.

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