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Old 10-13-2004, 05:43 PM
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If that is the Bullet seat, I did it. That boat also had a "john" that you could sit on and open up the Wall Street Journal. We made the bowl ourselves. Smitty was "Test Shi**er"

Did you miss this thread I post not too long ago?

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If that is the Bullet seat, I did it. That boat also had a "john" that you could sit on and open up the Wall Street Journal. We made the bowl ourselves. Smitty was "Test Shi**er"

Hilarious.
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While restoring the '89 Bullet I found a rusty rasp file by the holding tank. Was that Brownie's and wondering what the hell he used that for?
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I believe this picture confirms the worst. Not only can no one on offshoreonly agree on how big waves are, there seems to be a discrepancy about what a 100lb woman looks like. NK

BTW Nice to hear that they all got their money back. I would hate to see someone start a " I got screwed by cigarette buying a huntress" thread.
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Generally speaking, if you wanted a standard interior (BORING!) you shouldn't have Brown, Smith, Layman, Barrie, Jenkins and Gowens on the product development team.
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Brownie was the KING of cool ideas. When he left Cig. all the great ideas went with him. It was a big comode, comfy.
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Brownie was the KING of cool ideas. When he left Cig. all the great ideas went with him. It was a big comode, comfy.
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What ever happened to Scott Layman?
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Anyone remember Buddy ?

He was one of the best riggers Cigarette had.

He was there in the late 70's & 80's.

When I built my 28 Race boat he rigged it.( he did some great job )

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Buddy Courier was his name, he was one of the best riggers of his time. He was a opionionarted grump, but knew his ****. After a few rum and cokes hge was a wild man. His son Harold paints all og Phil Lipschuiiltz Lip Ship edition Cigarette's, very talented.
Scott Layman lives in Georgia, his mother and he have a company called ZYVAX a mold re-lease and paint products. He will be at the Ibex show next week. He actually came the the Debu party for the Dragon last year.

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