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PostPosted: April 14th, 2014, 5:58 am 
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my parts haven't showed up for the truggy, so i started a different project.
if you've been by my house, it looked like my big boat had a baby.

here is the baby. she's kinda rare

it's like the boats used in Ian Flemming's "live and let die" (007)
except those boats were outboards



good GM 2 liter motor, & pre-alpha drive.
removing the rotten keel, replacing it and adding 2 additional stringers.
the upholstery is toast but simple, and it needs the gel-coat rubbed out


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 Post subject: Re: off road project
PostPosted: April 14th, 2014, 6:20 am 
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how many boats do you need lol

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 Post subject: Re: off road project
PostPosted: April 14th, 2014, 6:31 am 
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i can't afford to take the big sumbitch out. it only runs on premium or better fuel, holds 200 gallons, twin big blocks eat that shit up, and has to be towed by my big block suburban and
it's to big to take to any local lakes.
the baby boat has a 4 banger>> 20 gallons of regular will take me from lower parker az. to the dam and back without refueling, and it can be towed by a streetbike :mrgreen:

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 Post subject: Re: off road project
PostPosted: April 14th, 2014, 7:57 am 
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Uncle Cracker wrote:
i can't afford to take the big sumbitch out. it only runs on premium or better fuel, holds 200 gallons, twin big blocks eat that shit up, and has to be towed by my big block suburban and
it's to big to take to any local lakes.
the baby boat has a 4 banger>> 20 gallons of regular will take me from lower parker az. to the dam and back without refueling, and it can be towed by a streetbike :mrgreen:



THE BABY BOAT.... lol you should edit the big boat and have the baby coming out of the end lol jk

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 Post subject: Re: off road project
PostPosted: April 14th, 2014, 8:15 am 
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You should put together an IOR lake trip and have everybody donate for fuel in the boat/tow rig.

Then we can play how long can the drunk guy stay on a tube with another drunk guy driving!

Sent from the beach with a beer in hand!

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 Post subject: Re: off road project
PostPosted: April 14th, 2014, 8:20 am 
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Dirty LJ wrote:
You should put together an IOR lake trip and have everybody donate for fuel in the boat/tow rig.

Then we can play how long can the drunk guy stay on a tube with another drunk guy driving!

Sent from the beach with a beer in hand!



but where are we gonna take it? Catalina?
that's not a mitsubishi montero pulling it :lol3:


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PostPosted: April 14th, 2014, 8:30 am 
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yea lets all pack up in the boat and head to catalina ...LOL

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PostPosted: April 16th, 2014, 6:01 am 
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everyone bring a paddle, it would be cheaper and more reliable :kungfu:

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PostPosted: April 16th, 2014, 6:30 am 
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Uncle Cracker wrote:
everyone bring a paddle, it would be cheaper and more reliable :kungfu:




:lol2:

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PostPosted: April 16th, 2014, 8:59 am 
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Uncle Cracker wrote:
everyone bring a paddle, it would be cheaper and more reliable :kungfu:

The Catalina Channel is a HORRIBLE place to break down. I was on a small shallow-draft boat like yours that almost capsized in that channel when some of the electrical fried at the helm; he didn't even have a sea anchor to keep the bow into the swell. We had to cut the wires to the bilge pumps and wire them directly to a batteries. Vessel assist towed us into Long Beach and charged him almost $1000.

But we could cruise around long beach harbor and throw empty beer cans at Joshy while he works on the oil islands :lol3:

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PostPosted: April 16th, 2014, 9:59 am 
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Desert Dog wrote:
Uncle Cracker wrote:
everyone bring a paddle, it would be cheaper and more reliable :kungfu:

The Catalina Channel is a HORRIBLE place to break down. I was on a small shallow-draft boat like yours that almost capsized in that channel when some of the electrical fried at the helm; he didn't even have a sea anchor to keep the bow into the swell. We had to cut the wires to the bilge pumps and wire them directly to a batteries. Vessel assist towed us into Long Beach and charged him almost $1000.

But we could cruise around long beach harbor and throw empty beer cans at Joshy while he works on the oil islands :lol3:


in that case i need to get it heavily insured &

let it burn baby, let it burn :oops:

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