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    Quote Originally Posted by RodnJen View Post
    Beautiful, young girl in an old boat, great combo!
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    I love the girl-next-door look. Definitely A+!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Brown View Post
    Mekenzie is a gorgeous young woman.


    What is that boat?

    Boat? was there a boat in those pictures? Very nice!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Brown View Post
    What is that boat?
    Excellent question. I was really hoping someone here might recognize the hull. He was just a guy who was at the dock and lent us his boat to pose the girls on to kill time in between testing DCBs and Nordics.

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    Yep. Young Lady looks soft and sweet. MMMM. Boat looks like a Tunnel. Front is a lot like my Carlson. Back is different. OH YA. The girl is nice too.
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    Pretty girl! All the right bumps in all the right places.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrettDawg View Post
    Excellent question. I was really hoping someone here might recognize the hull. He was just a guy who was at the dock and lent us his boat to pose the girls on to kill time in between testing DCBs and Nordics.
    I was thinking it might be an old PowerCat? I can probably find out if you want.

    I think I have seen that boat before somewhere, but it escapes me now.

    Model is VERY NICE!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by EVILFORCE View Post
    Dumb question. What kind of boat is that? Be cool if it did not have the Weedeater on the back.
    It is a Sterling Tunnel. With that 200 on the back, it should run into the mid 80's.
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    Quote Originally Posted by STV_Keith View Post
    It is a Sterling Tunnel. With that 200 on the back, it should run into the mid 80's.
    I don't know about that top speed, but you are correct—it's a Sterling. Found the nameplate on the boat on a shot taken from a different angle. Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrettDawg View Post
    I don't know about that top speed, but you are correct—it's a Sterling. Found the nameplate on the boat on a shot taken from a different angle. Thanks!
    Havasu Carrera on here used to have one. With an old 225 Merc (200hp at the prop), it would run 84-86, and it wasn't really setup right either. He was more about flying around in it. LOL Being that it was a true tunnel with no center pod, it would certainly fly!
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    I wonder if there would be a way to track down the owner of the boat in my shots. I don't suppose the registration number would help at all?

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    Yep, reg number would be where to start. You need someone "sympathetic" at AZ Game and Fish though. I tracked down the previous owner of my Scarab that way in UT.
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