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    Registered StraightJacket's Avatar
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    38 Fountain Fever with #4's, ok so it really 35
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    In a box, s. side of chi town
    Looks like a Signature to me , there are 2 here in Chicago, a 33 and a 39 kevlar

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    Using LS-3's boat
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    Pompano Beach, Florida
    Sorry Bgchubby....You never loged off at my office.

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    Whatever you missed your payment on
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    In your driveway while you sleep
    Its a rare beyond rare hull that should take top money. The often imitated but never duplicated "38'POS" hull. Ebay is the best place to find this particular build of boat. They are easy to indentify based on these 10 charactoristics:

    1. Large amount of leaves in the builge. Also known as "Custom Wood Flooring"
    2. Gimbals and Tab brackets without Drives and Tabs attatched. This gives more transome lift meaning you will never need led in the bow.
    3. Custom trailer with two out of six tires inflated. No more trying to put your boat on a floating trailer at the ramp.
    4. More cockpit room than any other boat on the market. The POS company thought of your comfort when building this boat without pesky seats and handles.
    5. Visable mold in cabin. Lets face it... we all buy boats to get girls... and what do girls have? Desieses! Now with your own floating mold farm you will never run shy on penicillin.
    6. No cleates. With a boat this spactacular you wont have the chance to keep this baby at the dock... so who needs cleates?
    7. The patented upside down blower scoop in the bidge. The POS company thought of everything with this one. Is it a blower scoop??? Flip it over and its a raw water pickup too!!! And with the holes you are sure to find in the bottom of this POS that could come in handy. Dont forget on race day you can put it over your head and use it as a helmet.
    8. 4 on the "Hard Wood" Floor battery set up. To Hell with Optima, this is the first and best Deep Cycle setup. Deep meaning all the way in the bottom of the bildge after running the boat.
    9. Prison Style Cabin Hatches. I dont care who you are smuggling accross the open blue, nothing gets in your way more than a refugee climbing out onto the deck while underway. POS has set the bar with the all new and improved Cubin Cabin Cleates! No more peskee heads popping up while trying to outrun the Coast Guard. These Prison style hatch covers will keep your contraband in the cabin where they belong...
    10. And last but not least... Pasenger side nipple fans!
    Nothing makes your hardbodied hotty look better than a cold day in her bikini. Well the POS boat company makes everyday on the water as fridged and happy as Christmass day. Adjustable boobchillers run on the same freon system as your engines superchillers. The temperature controll is placed at the drivers helm because after all... its your boat! just point and shoot these dash mounted cannons of cold and try to keep your eyes on the water for safetys sake.

    Yes the POS company has thought of everything the offshore boater needs and wants. Dont forget that although these boats may not look like much, they command 30 times NADA market value.. just ask a current owner?

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    Sandusky Bay
    Well said my man ,,, well said!!!!!

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    Registered hunster's Avatar
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    94 scarab 29
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    oceanport nj
    Hey I need a set of those nipple chillers

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    1984 Checkmate 2800SX Outboard
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    May 2004
    Looks like a Signature...but the lifting strakes make the hull look like a Cougar the way the wrap upwards in the bow....

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    Lake St. Clair
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