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    I will post my pics just as soon as I figure out how.

    Eric

    Okay. Here's my '67 Donzi 18' 2+3 V-Drive. Originally owned by Bob Freihofer on Lake George, who bought it at the New York Boat Show. He named it Honeybun because its colors reminded him of the honeybuns his bakery made.

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    Here's a replica of a 1938 Chris Craft Special Raceboat (aka racing runabout) built in 1995 by the Fish Bros. of Queensbury, NY.


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    My first boat (at age 15) was a Glen-L "Tiny Might" design. Essentially a 12' Crackerbox powered by a Buick V6


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    Never forget where you come from,no matter where you are going.

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    You may want to go to the PB videos and picture section above to post your classic boats. (More traffic there) This section is for a group called Classic Hotboat members that hold events in the southern region. You are welcome to attend if you would like...the 2011 schedule is located in this section.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cjs27410 View Post


    First boat was a 1977 Sleek Craft with 460 Ford.
    Get it floating, get it hooked to the truck and follow me to the Classic Hotboats events, if you need any help with that Rayson Craft, give me a call or better just give me the boat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cjs27410 View Post


    My New Year's resolution is to find out if it still floats.

    Third boat is a 1978 Rayson Craft. Hull was circle raced by Bobby Murray Chevrolet 78-80.


    I really like the lines of the old Raysons. Classic lines with a classic paint scheme. Beautiful boat!

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    Default Classic Hot Boats Pictures

    After following the postings from beginning to end as well as getting phone calls/p.m.s from Classic Hot Boat members I wanted to clear something up regarding the interpretation of the title Classic Hot Boat Pictures thread. What we were and are looking for is for the members of the group Classic Hot Boats to post pictures of their boats and/or pictures from past events.

    I hope this clears up any confusion.

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    Pictures deleted - sorry that I misunderstood.

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    here we go again

    post them up
    lets see them
    members or not their all boats
    spider monkey racing

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    I live in Greensboro - is that in the accepted membership area?
    Is the membership limited to a certain amount of people/boats?
    Is there a form to fill out for membership?
    If so, where can I obtain one?
    Are there any annual dues?
    If so, I’d be glad to contribute.
    Are there any meetings other than the lake events?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cjs27410 View Post
    I live in Greensboro - is that in the accepted membership area?
    Is the membership limited to a certain amount of people/boats?
    Is there a form to fill out for membership?
    If so, where can I obtain one?
    Are there any annual dues?
    If so, I’d be glad to contribute.
    Are there any meetings other than the lake events?
    We are just a bunch of good people who have hydro's and jet boats, who get together and have fun and just enjoy each other's company at the lakes. We do not require a membership form, there are no dues or fees to pay, but we do support toys for tots so we all bring a toy to all of the events and give them to the USMC in that area. You are welcome to come and join in.

    Classic HotBoats
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    Smith Mountain Lake, VA---June 24th thru June 26th
    Ravenswood, WV---July 22nd thru July 24th
    Lake James, Morganton NC---Sept. 9th thru Sept. 11th

    "Toys For Tots"

    Everyone Welcome

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