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    Now you need a trailer display stand!
    My wife approves, and obviously so do I. I did like all the bondo booger wipes...
    "Look good doin' it"
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    A lot of sanding went into this one...

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    She finally made it to the water today. 57.5mph and ran great! She is the Pay-n-Pak running in second. Really her first full five lap run. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U9l9WDW0TEU

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    Well done! Congratulations! Thanks for the upload...

    Sent from my SM-G950U1 using Tapatalk

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    https://www.facebook.com/groups/330511467426467/ Some other pics and video's at our Club facebook page.

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    Excellent build & a great video.
    A model to be proud of.

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    Vary nice!

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    A few other shots of the boats in the water. My boat is an 1981 design and I believe the other one is an 1980 design.Pay-n-Pak Water 2.jpgPay-n-Pak In the Water.jpgPay-n-Pak in the Water 3.jpg

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    This is a video of the very first run. Going slow and easy to check out how the boat is handling etc. In the second run it did 57.5mph. There is definitely some more room to prop up within the NAMBA rules... https://www.facebook.com/10000416613...5838885231637/

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    Great job !, congratulations!

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    She’s come a long way baby! Good job Jim!

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    Dang, the Bahamas of Katy are looking good, and even better with the twin beauties (I’m talking about the boats).
    Looks like perfect hydro conditions!
    Miss you guys
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