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    That is sweet looking!......

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    Joe have you cranked your ski over yet

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    yes it sounds very very fat brings tears to my eyes ,once i have recovered from my knee operation and get your little Greek fat fingers wrenching on it there is going to be a lot of Ass Spanking done

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    308 hp at 526 pounds!!!! Absolute best looking ski I have ever seen in my life!!!

    I want one now!!

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    Dayum freakin crazy 2156 cc V8 @ 308hp x 536 lb
    Looks like the worlds biggest,baddest,fastest,Blaster
    Imagine what a safe 75hp shot of NOS would do to that

    BTW Joe,those flames are some of the hottest I've seen
    Hurry up and get that knee better so you can kick some ass

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    Don't know what MV Agusta and Bennelli makes mean to you guys in the States, but over her in UK they were the epitome of exotica. Memories of Mike Hailwood and Giacomo Agostini on the original Count Agusta-built MV's, and the most awesome sounds from 4 open pipes blasting around the Isle of Man TT circuit, and on the top european circuits. Then Bennelli giving us a straight in-line 6, 1000cc (mind you it was like riding a horse, trying to get your legs around that beast!). The only let-down from all the Italian factories was quality of electrics (any rain and all the switches did their own thing), and chrome plate that fell off when you polished it! Both the MV's and the Bennelli's SHOULD blow the Yamaha/Seadoo/Polaris market out the water, if the European prices aren't too frightening. Just to have that MV badge on a jestki would bring tears of joy to anyone like me, old enough to remember the 60's and 70's! Now then, when's my 50th birthday? ah yes, end of March......I wonder.......?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pauladave View Post
    Don't know what MV Agusta and Bennelli makes mean to you guys in the States, but over her in UK they were the epitome of exotica. Memories of Mike Hailwood and Giacomo Agostini on the original Count Agusta-built MV's, and the most awesome sounds from 4 open pipes blasting around the Isle of Man TT circuit, and on the top european circuits. Then Bennelli giving us a straight in-line 6, 1000cc (mind you it was like riding a horse, trying to get your legs around that beast!). The only let-down from all the Italian factories was quality of electrics (any rain and all the switches did their own thing), and chrome plate that fell off when you polished it! Both the MV's and the Bennelli's SHOULD blow the Yamaha/Seadoo/Polaris market out the water, if the European prices aren't too frightening. Just to have that MV badge on a jestki would bring tears of joy to anyone like me, old enough to remember the 60's and 70's! Now then, when's my 50th birthday? ah yes, end of March......I wonder.......?

    If this boat indeed becomes reality, I will do whatever it takes. If I gotta pay someone overseas to crate it up and ship it over here covered in tea bags and coffee I will!

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