Just When You Thought It Was Over.. Mecum News..
For the record we are not owned by Mecum Auctions. But they are news makers.. Trust me, I am looking for stuff.. Like The Tahoe Show has been moved.. But I am not allowed to talk about it until I am given the OK to tell the world….. If you go to the Boat Buzz though, someone there is talking about it…BRIAN! and the Tahoe Website.. So much for keeping a promise.. this is going to cost someone a drink.. In Tahoe.. The Golden Pond Story is coming together like a spool of knotted thread.. That will be a week long event, and Texx has about 1000 photos from his trip to museums in Minnesota.. It was like he was trapped on a planet full of babes trying to keep him there to breed.. The museums in Minnesota are amazing and kept him there an extra two days…. Minnesota is amazing.. Texx is amazing.. So here is the big news from Mecum.. The Last wood, hand built, Riva Aquarama Special SOLD. With a delivery date of December 23rd, 1998… sold to the public.. is to be sold in Kissimmee FLA in January 26-30. A Killer 1996 Aquarama Special.. Hull number 774.. The image above is from a photo shoot commissioned by Mecum.. There will be some other boats there as well. It is rumored that a very special Cobra will be there as well. It’s a rumor though.. But if you are about to buy one.. You may want to wait on this news.. Really.. More to come on that one..
Seems to be a lot of love going on between you and Texx. Not that there's anything wrong with that.
I'll leave this one anonymous.
Dont mess with my texx ass….
Now I think the wives have a reason to get snippy!
On another note or more importantly back on subject, how good is that shot of the Riva. Wow
Bringing the two subjects together, I agree that is a great shot of the Riva – plus, Texx does not look that good in a bikini as the gal pictured in the Riva.
These expensive boats are giving me a nosebleed!!!!
Yes. She is hot. But could she fix the carb like texx could? I think not! I stand behind texx. Wait.. Let me rephrase that….
Great! Yet another sign of the "shift" that WoodyBoater mentioned earlier. I was too busy enjoying the gentle, soft curves of the wake left behind the Riva to notice there was a creature inside it with equal gentle, soft curves.