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tuna boat

tuna boat
 n.— «Before there were emission controls and high gas prices, there were what I “lovingly” refer to as “tuna boats.” They call themselves “bombers.” They are the rolling irons that have avoided the wrecking yard’s car crushers and the popular demolition derby.» —“Brooms, the crash crew stay busy at speedway” by Buzz Sodeman Pahrump Valley Times (Nevada) Aug. 30, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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