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Old 03-22-2011, 04:35 PM
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Originally Posted by BattleCry View Post
I see it a different way, Tank. The batteries have not been changed so who knows the condition of them and what steps were taken to fire-up the motors. Locked-up starters can cause the motors to act that way, as well. The hull damage is bad but, not beyond repair. Guardado has fixed much worse than that. If it was sunk, then the motors are something to worry about. The drives are a lot cheaper to repair than speedmasters.

It will probably bring between 30K to 40K and probably need that much on top of it to get it back on the water. Between 60K and 80K to be back on the water in a 36 Apache. It does need a trailer, though.

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That is a quick fix, no problem
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$33,000 was the last and high bid...
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Old 04-01-2011, 12:15 AM
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Originally Posted by Guardado View Post
That is a quick fix, no problem
I know you people can handle it. However, when you call and say its done and to come pick it up...YOU MEAN IT!!! That's what I like about your service. You get it in. You get it done right. And, most importantly, you get it finished in a timely manner.
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