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ID:	42464 FEs, you gotta love 'em!

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ID:	42466 Nordic flatbottom from their Catalog, with a 427 Ford .....nice.

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ID:	42504 .....Then there's THIS hydro, "Penetration"......I don't know who owns it now, the photos have been floating around the Internet for a while.....but, the hull. trailer, and "cammer" are perfect.

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    Bad ass!


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ID:	42505 Satan's Toy. This was the only time a boat, all by itself, ever made the front of Hot Rod Magazine. Note which end of this classy Howard they chose to shoot! Show off that engine! Wood deck and Holman/Moody built big block Ford separate this boat from "also-rans".Weren't people and their boats just better looking back when this was shot?
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ID:	42517 These were great hulls, one of the first to use "vacuum bagging" to laminate their hulls. Gus Davis Ford was in the thick of things here.

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    Hey Spikey... TY for the FE pics... You know I loves me sum FE ford iron...

    Billy B knows the poop on the shovel nose with the Cammer... I have CRS so I can't accurately tell the story but I think that the boat didn't meet the reserve when it was up on EBAY several years ago, I think that it may have also been on Barret Jacksons... sorry for my bad memory, I hope to see you soon at the beach...

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    Last edited by 2manymustangs; 07-15-2014 at 10:42 AM.
    -In a Republic, the sovereignty resides with the people themselves. In a Republic, the government is a servant of the people, and obliged to its owner, We the People..

    "Remember, democracy never lasts long. It soon wastes, exhausts, and murders itself. There never was a democracy yet that did not commit suicide." John Adams

    "I swear... you beat any woman i ever saw... for taking the starch out of a man" Augustus McCrae to Clara Allen - Lonesome Dove...

 

 

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