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self bailer

 

hard to see at night

 

nothing you'll ever get a Hawt Chick to wear a Thong on if it's a Hot Sunny Day

 

wad I win ???

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if that thing is supposed to launch in june they better get their asses in gear.

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J/88?

second

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Hard to tell the size in the photo - not much there for scale.

 

How about it's a custom modified I550?

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Deck plug for another 'think it's fast, but really it's slow' monohull...

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Shaw 40 deck

 

Dam you - that was my pick.

 

Delete your post and I'll go halves on the goodies, promise

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Not a Shaw 12 (40) -- too narrow, and (hard to tell but) I think also a bit sorter

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Not a Shaw 12 (40) -- too narrow, and (hard to tell but) I think also a bit sorter

 

+1

 

Looks closer to 30'

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Looks like a T750 ?..

 

If those anti skid rails where on a 40 foot boat, they would come up to your knees !

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18 knot shitbox of some sort.

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C&C 101 with a one off outboard rudder vs. inboard, at least go and look at the pics, pretty close. The new style....open cockpit in the rear , raised seats up front for quarter berth head space...i like it i'm half way ready to do it to mine

http://www.c-cyachts.com/brochure/content/cc/models/101/gallery.html

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C&C 101 with a one off outboard rudder vs. inboard, at least go and look at the pics, pretty close. The new style....open cockpit in the rear , raised seats up front for quarter berth head space...i like it i'm half way ready to do it to mine

http://www.c-cyachts.com/brochure/content/cc/models/101/gallery.html

 

Pretty? Maybe. Pretty close? No. J/88, rudder mount looks like an exact copy of the j/70

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Another sailboat that has failed to mold in drink holders.

 

wrong! just dont put in the winch and you got them!

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You actually believe there's a prize? Have a beer in the middle of the afternoon, call it your prize...

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Very seriously doubt that guess - does not look like a Thommo boat at all

Looks like a T750 ?..

 

If those anti skid rails where on a 40 foot boat, they would come up to your knees !

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Where do I collect my prize?

 

Smart! Send your address to the "Ed" and have it forwarded. Surpise on the way, nice swag. But, you have to promise to wear it and post it!

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self bailer

 

hard to see at night

 

nothing you'll ever get a Hawt Chick to wear a Thong on if it's a Hot Sunny Day

 

wad I win ???

 

P.S. Woody, very very nice boat for cougars of all shapes and sizes. :) Has every angle you could possibly imagine to use, and then some.

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I give. A transom mount rudder on a 30 footer with that kind of price tag, must be a J/88... Even my SR Max has an inboard rudder and it is what... 21 this year and was a fraction of the price new.

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Dammit Ed, there's not a plaque/sign/appliqué/t shirt in sight to identify this, um, thing.

 

Why change the rules now?

 

Grumble grumble....

 

The curved outsides of the backrests seem vaguely familiar. Kind of old school. Rainbowish.

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J88 cause everybody else sez it is, damn it!

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