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Old 01-21-2016, 05:56 PM   #21
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And I paid $67k for a very badass new 2014 corvette convertible and thought I was pretty dang special....and yet there are stupid trucks that dwarf that price.... penis extension anyone!!!!

Pilots are supposed to have fast cars, right? Not boring old Tahoes.
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Old 01-21-2016, 06:12 PM   #22
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Pilots are supposed to have fast cars, right? Not boring old Tahoes.
Methinks pilots are supposed to drive Mercedes Benz's! Of course, I am a mortician.....haha.
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Anyways, back on topic....I think Rosboroughs are pretty damn badass....as well as the C-Dorys and Tom-Cats. They serve a market niche and I think that is why they bring the money they do. They are very compact but have all of the trappings of a bigger boat. I guess Nimble could be lumped into this pile. Anyway, I have fantasies of cruising the Sea of Cortez.....but not sure about going thru the canal from here....so a boat of this caliber would be the solution!!!
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Anyway, I have fantasies of cruising the Sea of Cortez.....but not sure about going thru the canal from here....so a boat of this caliber would be the solution!!!

Buy a boat there already, no shortage of gringos that want no part of the return trip
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