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Old 09-10-2014, 09:41   #16
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Does this make my ass look fat?

Originally Posted by delmarrey View Post
Looks perdy. But I like deck space. And it seems a following sea would swamp the thing.
Those cad drawing skew the back end to make it look bigger than it is. Schionnings are usually pretty slender.

I'm just waiting for the first sucker I mean buyer to put up the dough for a cat made in China. What could possibly go wrong?

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