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Offline Tonka Jim

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74 V-215
« on: July 26, 2010, 02:06:35 PM »

Kelly & I got a couple hours on Tonka Sunday afternoon & found a V-215 Vagabond in party cove at big island.
We chased Joe & Rose down and let them know about the club & gave Joe a CGOAMN card.
The boat is cool & powered by a 302 I/O. It's been in Joe's family for about 12 years.
I took a pic, but you all know about my skills behind the camera  :P
I hope Joe & Rose join us in the near future.
 
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Offline CVX Fever

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Re: 74 V-215
« Reply #1 on: July 26, 2010, 09:41:32 PM »
I agree Jim that would be great if they show up to the meet. Those Vagabonds are cool and I'd love to check one out in the flesh. It would also be neat to try and get a count/list of how many different models of Glastrons and Glastron-Carlsons we end up with at the big meet in August.
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Offline dorelse

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Re: 74 V-215
« Reply #2 on: July 26, 2010, 10:07:33 PM »
I agree Jim that would be great if they show up to the meet. Those Vagabonds are cool and I'd love to check one out in the flesh. It would also be neat to try and get a count/list of how many different models of Glastrons and Glastron-Carlsons we end up with at the big meet in August.

And...possibly an index of photos of the varying models, so others who are shopping can see what they look like and not just from old sales brochure photos???