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Old 03-10-2005, 08:55 PM
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Currently in a 03' TS TG w/525's and love it, but if we are dreaming I would have to say 46 Rough Rider!
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Something big,*FAST*, heavy, reliable, economical and sexy.


Any suggestions ?

not asking for much are ya?
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My next boat short list:
36 Pantera w/ twin 600hp NA
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My new 2005 Dragon. Tres and crew are performing their magic and I should have it by the end of this month. Can't wait.
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My new 2005 Dragon. Tres and crew are performing their magic and I should have it by the end of this month. Can't wait.
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My new 2005 Dragon. Tres and crew are performing their magic and I should have it by the end of this month. Can't wait.

that is bad ass!!!
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The question on this thread is all I think about all day...anyone else have that problem? I am a dreamer, and I dream a 35' nordic flame in a couple years. Currently I have a 1986 34' Scarab III. I need some time to save but I will be looking for something 35'-38' that is flashy and can hit 90-100 mph, even if it needs a pair of blower motors. Tim G. what kind of boat is that you have in the pics up there, active thunder? If I were to win the lottery, it would be that 46 ft cigarrette rum runner I saw in an ad one time, anyone know whatever happened to that thing?
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The question on this thread is all I think about all day...anyone else have that problem? I am a dreamer, and I dream a 35' nordic flame in a couple years. Currently I have a 1986 34' Scarab III. I need some time to save but I will be looking for something 35'-38' that is flashy and can hit 90-100 mph, even if it needs a pair of blower motors. Tim G. what kind of boat is that you have in the pics up there, active thunder? If I were to win the lottery, it would be that 46 ft cigarrette rum runner I saw in an ad one time, anyone know whatever happened to that thing?

ls jr has some pics of the rum runner's new owner, sweet boat......
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The question on this thread is all I think about all day...anyone else have that problem? I am a dreamer, and I dream a 35' nordic flame in a couple years. Currently I have a 1986 34' Scarab III. I need some time to save but I will be looking for something 35'-38' that is flashy and can hit 90-100 mph, even if it needs a pair of blower motors. Tim G. what kind of boat is that you have in the pics up there, active thunder? If I were to win the lottery, it would be that 46 ft cigarrette rum runner I saw in an ad one time, anyone know whatever happened to that thing?
Yep, a friend of ours bought it. FL during the winter/New Jersey during the summer.

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