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Old 03-28-2004, 08:15 AM
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Thumbs up 2003 PT Boat, 53 foot, PT 901 Military Type Gun Boat

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...category=26432
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looks like a home built POS to me.
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Yep and I want real Guns not fake 1's
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What part of West Virginia is this from??
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Fully functional guns with unlimited ammo would be an absolute requirement. (including depth charges)

Manatee zones here I come.
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What part of West Virginia is this from??
My thoughts exactly
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Hate to break it to that guy, but a real PT was anywhere from 70-80 feet long, depending on model and manufacturer. Triple 1500 hp aircraft engines and the damn things held 3000 gallons of 100 octane fuel - that's a hell of a fuel bill!

Good info at this site: www.ptboats.org
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Sure isn't a Huckins, is it. Looks more like one of the river boats they used in Vietnam.
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My grandfather's brother was on a Pt during WWII he said when they went out, they brought Fuel, Bullets and even more bullets, and some coffee that was it
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