3:11 FLYING SAUCER - Ride Home- Just for the thrill of it

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3:11 FLYING SAUCER - Ride Home- Just for the thrill of it

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If you dont want to see a 3 minute, sunset cruise home, in a Glen-L Flying Saucer, dont watch this video.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fOcxwcmf7gE
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Re: 3:11 FLYING SAUCER - Ride Home- Just for the thrill of i

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Need a password to see it.... :(
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Re: 3:11 FLYING SAUCER - Ride Home- Just for the thrill of i

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Bob Maskel wrote:Need a password to see it.... :(
i ll fix it

should be ok now. thanks bob
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Re: 3:11 FLYING SAUCER - Ride Home- Just for the thrill of i

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:wink: that old Johnson is a smooth running old motor. you and the boss are tougher than me you wouldn't find me on the water this time of year :lol: of course I have about 6" of snow on the ground :roll: happy new year
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I really enjoy that you use the heck out of your boats! No garage queens in your fleet!

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vupilot wrote:I really enjoy that you use the heck out of your boats! No garage queens in your fleet!
Use them and abuse them frequently, the glen-l is holding up well, an amazing little boat for sure.
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