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Old 07-30-2004, 01:53 PM
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Think of all the $$$ I save, I still get to woman I own a Cig, but the cost of running it is zip.

Ok, truth is I miss it. Maybe I'll start on it again this winter.
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Nit Wit you-ever been in a old 36 Cigarette race-boat?
Watch your mouth Steve, I'm not impressed with that type of nonsense.
And yes I have been in a 36 Cigarette, and no I have not been in Thad's. Nor has anyone else.
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I have a one built in 1972, check this out

http://www.go-fast.com/bam,_the_project.htm

Built like a tank, minor cracked bulkheads and ribs over the years. Is it staggered or side by side? Will take a lot of power to see any real speed.
Interesting project...Good Luck
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Watch your mouth Steve, I'm not impressed with that type of nonsense.
And yes I have been in a 36 Cigarette, and no I have not been in Thad's. Nor has anyone else.
Ace what I said was old 36 Cigarette Race Boat not a 24' Klunker.
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Ace what I said was old 36 Cigarette Race Boat not a 24' Klunker.
The old resin buckets are still running. Thad's unbuildable boat is nothing more than a 3 million dollar illusion.
Sunday is supposed to be nice, I guess I'll crank start the old klunker and go for a spin.
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The old resin buckets are still running. Thad's unbuildable boat is nothing more than a 3 million dollar illusion.
Sunday is supposed to be nice, I guess I'll crank start the old klunker and go for a spin.
Duh!! Insect we were talking about your experience in a 36 Cigarette race boat. Remember ???
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Angry words because you piloted Thad aground won't improve you in any respect.
The 36 Cigarette always was and still is a fine offshore powerboat.
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Angry words because you piloted Thad aground won't improve you in any respect.
The 36 Cigarette always was and still is a fine offshore powerboat.
Bug-Man you are dodging my question..
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Steve, anyone about 1200 miles away that addresses people like you do is laughable.
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