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Old 05-12-2004, 08:29 AM
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Man check out this hull. Anybody know the history and performance of this hull? BH
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one more...BH
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It fits the contours of the land
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never saw one of those before?
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That is why the boat is sitting there. Someone spun it out and sank.

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That's LPA's former boat. It was named "The Air-Bubble Express"
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I used to own one of these. 21' ford 302 power. Very heavy boat. Made in the early to late 70's. It ran about 35-40 mph. Some came with a Chevy straight 6 cyl. I think it was one of the first stepped hulls, but was solid glass and weighed @4000 lbs.
Glad I got rid of it in little chunks dropped in the dumpster
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Originally posted by THEJOKER
Man check out this hull. Anybody know the history and performance of this hull? BH
Brian call Art Carlson I think he may have been involved on that project not for sure but another guy to call would be Mike Jenkins call me if you need the numbers bro 219 996-1769

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Originally posted by Scott
It fits the contours of the land
Thats bad
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Those "Airslots" use to be a ***** to get off roller trailers!
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