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    yet another 100 mph widow maker. i love to see these ads
    http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/1977-...rQ5fMotorboats
    throw it in reverse

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    I have a feeling there is a LOT more wrong with that boat than just the starter and exhaust.. BTW 60mph boat maybe

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    dang!thats all it takes to go a hundred.looks like i have spent to much money already.lol

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    Well at least it holds water. Maybe you could fire it up and use it for a hot tub
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    Wow i was thinking maybe 50mph on a good day with a tail wind!!!!! These ads kill me

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    Quote Originally Posted by TahitiRat View Post
    Well at least it holds water. Maybe you could fire it up and use it for a hot tub
    DAMN....i didnt see all that water in there.. sound like the roof on his shed leaks a little
    throw it in reverse

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    "We called it the Widow Maker cause 100 mph + is not a problem for this boat"

    You gotta love it!!
    He would problaby be heart broke if he found out it only did 45!
    No matter how good she looks , someone is tired of her shit!

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    Gotta luv the description about it


    He got it safely ashore, but it has scared him, and he would not use the boat anymore. It stayed in his shed for 5 years

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    The ski-tow thru bolted (presumably) to the transom is special.

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    You guys are missing out, he said it comes with a reverse lever too. That's a steal!
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    It's going to take a very strong starter to scrape all the rust off the inside of that thing

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    I fixed it for him But you can turn the motor by hand W/ a 5ft prybar haha

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    I like "the interior just needs to be cleaned" okay who is it...who posted this on Ebay as a joke. .. .fess up because its a good one...
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    that thing has seen alot better days.
    Quote Originally Posted by jetboatperformance View Post
    the ensueing fire would likely be extinguished by the sinking however

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