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    Donzi Scorpion - Maiden Voyage on New Years Eve

    This one is for you Bubba Dog! Happy New Year!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=byMM1e8udO0
    Regards,
    Adam B. Lively
    Previous owner of a 2002 Donzi Classic 18' Scorpion
    Current owner of a restored 1974 Donzi X-18
    Future owner of a bad-ass Donzi (planning stage)



    "Only those who will risk going too far can possibly find out how far one can go. "






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    Yeehaaaa

    Hey, Adam,

    Awesome, looks like you are running about 72. I've seen that look you're getting from your better half before, . Happy New Year, to Y'all too.

    Thanks for posting,

    Bubba

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    Thumbs up So thats what it looks like............

    From the back seat @ 70 +. I only let my 12 yr old daughter drive my 02/18C to 35mph . Congratulations, welcome to the 377 club (mines a non scorp). My wife is (let say }more animated than yours

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    Cool tee-shirt too!
    RedDog

    President - West Vestal Donzi Owner's Group
    Knoxville, TN

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    Shorts and all........

    Where were ya? Didn't recognize the area.
    Thanx,
    SCOTT R.

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    [ QUOTE=$originalposter]{$pagetext}[/QUOTE]

    In-laws have a place about a mile from Fayette County Lake, so I was terrorizing the bass fisherman. It's a small power plant lake near Fayettville/Lagrange area. And yes Scott, SHORTS! It got to about 74 that day plus the power plant keeps the lake pretty warm. The wife said she was watching my facial skin flapping from the G-forces...apparently it's not quite as taut as it once was .
    Regards,
    Adam B. Lively
    Previous owner of a 2002 Donzi Classic 18' Scorpion
    Current owner of a restored 1974 Donzi X-18
    Future owner of a bad-ass Donzi (planning stage)



    "Only those who will risk going too far can possibly find out how far one can go. "






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    [ QUOTE=$originalposter]{$pagetext}[/QUOTE]

    Speed and lack of wind protection has a habit of doing that to you.

    ken

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    The one exception I can think of, when flapping skin is okay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bubba Dog
    The one exception I can think of, when flapping skin is okay.





    I can think of another


    Nice boat, great run
    machinist ,bore it deeper,ream it bigger, and lap it to a fine finish



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