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Old 07-18-2012, 07:41 PM
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My stress relief

That is sick, i've been looking at the 996's i want an all white one. But it wouldn't look too cool if i parked a newer porsche in my parents driveway, plus i'm only 23 so i'm pretty sure the insurance would be crazy for someone of my age, so first order of business is my own house and that's next year then the porsche will come shortly after.
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Old 07-19-2012, 12:04 AM
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not my toy. but i could be on it every weekend if i wanted to be, and was on it quite a bit in the beginning of the season.





down in miami for the poker run.



just hanging out, having fun in the 83* weather in feb. since there wasn't any snow to push.



miami skyline



docked up at monty's a tourist bar in miami.
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Old 07-19-2012, 12:33 AM
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a few details about the boat if anyone cares. it's an 01 cigarette top gun 38' with twin 575ci supercharged motors that dynoed at 600hp each, and were fresh when my buddy bought the boat in january 2012. he has a sickness and its not curable. he is addicted to speed. so the boat being named pure insanity fits him perfect. it will do 89.3 with 5 people in the boat, and full tanks which is atleast 150 gallons per side, might be a little more. every single time my buddy takes his boat out which is 3-5 times a week depending on the weather he is wide open turning 5200-5400 depending on conditions. except for the no wake zones. the reason i posted the pictures even though it isn't mine is because it was paid for from landscaping, and by a 28yr old no less. 75 lawn accounts and lots of hustling and then starting a tree service will make you lots of money. he's had the business for 8 years now. not too shabby...
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Old 07-19-2012, 12:36 AM
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Nice! Cigarettes are awesome boats. I had to sell my baja outlaw 29sst last year when my son was born. Just not enough time between work and a 5yo and baby. But i will be back on the water in 5 years when my son is atleast 5
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Old 07-19-2012, 12:46 AM
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yah, i love the boat, but i'm not nearly mechanically inclined enough to own a power boat like that, and i don't make enough yet to be able to afford the maintenance on that boat, but my buddy built a 9 second 95 mustang gt in his garage, so for him its nothing, plus he has 2 guys that do his 70 weekly lawn accounts, and another 2 that do all his shrub pruning jobs and tree work with him when he wants to work so he has time and money to do what he wants, but after 8 yrs in the business i figure anyone would be that far along if things are done correct.
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Old 07-23-2012, 03:48 AM
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$2.87 in Columbia, SC too!
It's 3.64 in the NW Metro of MSP! $100.00+ fill ups are getting old!
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Old 07-23-2012, 10:24 AM
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It's 3.64 in the NW Metro of MSP! $100.00+ fill ups are getting old!
Dang man! No thanks. But it shot up to around $3.05-3.15 in the past few weeks but its better than $3.87
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Old 07-23-2012, 11:42 AM
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1972 Pontiac Lemans, 400 hp small block chevy with a turbo 350 transmission

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Old 07-23-2012, 11:44 AM
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I love toys.
Here are some of mine. First are of sled. skidoo summit with 860 bigbore, head, can and a bunch of other goodies.



Boat 1974 Donzi hornet all redone.



Used to race moto and pitbikes here is out in Cali on a borrowed bike. I rode with the 450 vet class and was able to keep up. Fastest pit bike I have ever rode.


Jeep Rubicon I sold a few years ago.


I will find more pic of others when I get back later.
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Old 07-23-2012, 12:22 PM
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I love toys.
Here are some of mine. First are of sled. skidoo summit with 860 bigbore, head, can and a bunch of other goodies.



Boat 1974 Donzi hornet all redone.



Used to race moto and pitbikes here is out in Cali on a borrowed bike. I rode with the 450 vet class and was able to keep up. Fastest pit bike I have ever rode.


Jeep Rubicon I sold a few years ago.


I will find more pic of others when I get back later.
Dude that donzi is sick! I love your jeep too. You have any details on the jeep?
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