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    Default Post Pics of TX20's

    Inside and out.

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    What I'm starting with.
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    Default TX 20 YB p/f

    mine oh and it is in the spam sectio 4 sale
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    I like that boat vdrivenman. Did someone add the rear tail on that boat?

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    This one is long gone, but heres pics anyways!







    19' Eliminator Daytona

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    Default #007 - Seventh Youngblood TX-20 constructed.

    As I am a sentimental old fool and this boat was ordered new by my late boat buddy John Sullivan, I will more than likely have this boat for life. Original gelcoat boat and scheme.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gearhead View Post
    As I am a sentimental old fool and this boat was ordered new by my late boat buddy John Sullivan, I will more than likely have this boat for life. Original gelcoat boat and scheme.

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    Nice boat Gear. Did you get it put back together?

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    Quote Originally Posted by williamst View Post
    Nice boat Gear. Did you get it put back together?
    Boat is sitting there all pretty in the storage shop waiting for reassembly I just have too many projects Currently preparing the A/Fuel car and Daytona for 2013 season. I pulled the Daytona engine down for a freshen up, all looked good, touched up a few things and began reassembly yesterday.

    I really don't know when I'll get the old TX-20 back together..... but she looks great and is not going anywhere!

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    Default old Youngblood

    Boat is lost went to Mo or Kn in about 1990 painted blue then stolen.
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    Default how fast?

    How fast do you plan on pushing it. Some start to bounce in the nineties or around a hundred. A few phone calls and it can be fixed though. I personally love these boats.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vmaxed View Post
    How fast do you plan on pushing it. Some start to bounce in the nineties or around a hundred. A few phone calls and it can be fixed though. I personally love these boats.
    I hope to run 100 plus. The boat i have is a 1987 Kustom Kraft and has bottom mods out of the mold, talking with Irvin he said these mods should be worth 5mph at 100.

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    Default Tx20

    that's the way it was when i purchased it from bruce penny. maybe keith talley can tell us how it came to be that way!

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    Where are you located?
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    About 1hr north of Dallas,Tx. Lake Texoma

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