a few more pics
And it was made the same year I was born
Doesn't that make you guys feel old
It isn't in very good condition though.
a few more pics
Wow...that is one ugly boat. Now about that old comment.....
dude, that's a classic! Snap it up and put some time into making it look nice!!
And ugly is in the eye of the beerholder.... I like those old 18's
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that could be worth some real money some day as a collector
if it says skater it is already worth some money....
The stuff that was being used the year I was born were called torpedo boats i.e. PT-109.
Now I'm all about history and legends and knowing what's behind a name or style as part of a heritage in boating but........in comparison, I feel that the boat in these pictures is just plain ugly. I just cant imagine a wicked TAOD paint job and a maxed out weed-whacker hanging off the back. As much as I love the Skater name and their quality/craftsmanship...I just don't like the style.
However...being that price is always a factor in a purchase decision....and if the Skater name is the most important...then of course without a doubt I can understand the nature of wanting to purchase this type of boat.
That being said.....different strokes for different folks!
you mean a 70k paint job wouldn't make you want that thing?
Good point...if I've got the $$ to put a TAOD paint job on it, I must REALLY like the boat to start with
Last edited by Dave1972; 05-05-2005 at 11:59 AM.
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