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Lets go gasping!

Thanks to our fellow Woody Boaters and Princes of Plastic the YNOT yacht gang for sending in some very cool last gasp shots.  And BTW, Hagerty Insures your plastic! Here is the note from Arron LaDonne.
Here are some additional photos from our quick last gasp with Classic glass on the Ohio River near Sewickley, PA today.

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Wood Island a 1969 Chris Craft Commander Super Sport and BB, a 1967 Donzi 19 Hornet. As you know, Wood Island isn’t a slow boat, but running next to BB, makes it seem like your standing still.

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Woohooo!

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Love that blue

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That was fast

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The start of fall colors in PA

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Stunning

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Miles of smiles on BB

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BB Gasping the hell outta fall!

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Thanks to the gang at YNOT for sharing. If you are not familiar with the LaDonne’s and YNOT, click here. Grab your drool cup. These guys don’t mess around and go full throttle into all there projects. YNOT is one of the premier places if you want to do your plastic boat right.

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12 Responses to “YNOT Do Some Cool Last Gasping!”
  1. Mark E

    Boatress Debbie at helm of “In The Mood” on Lake Huron 70 degrees!

  2. Greg Lewandowski

    We have had the privilege of having both of those beautiful classic glassers and the YNOT crew at ourMichigan chapter shows. Their boats are always first class and they are great people. I hope they will join us at other events in the future.

  3. Phil Jones

    Cool mornings, but mid 80’s by 2pm so looks like alot more boating weather left here in Central Va. @ SML

  4. Stan Petersen

    Thanks to the YNOT gang for sharing some great shots. I’m looking forward to seeing you on Lake Dora in March.

  5. 72hornet

    I’ve had the pleasure of skippering Wood Island and BB. All I can say is Wow! The Le Donne team is incredible in their attention to detail and ability to share their boats among the Woodyboater family. They embody the tenants of our boating community. They enjoy sharing the fruits of their labor and truly define what our community is all about!
    Cheers!