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Old 01-03-2018, 02:22 PM
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Old 01-03-2018, 02:23 PM
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Old 01-03-2018, 02:24 PM
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yes (as i just discovered a couple hours ago) and yes same paint. boat has been completely gone through. Ok so after doing my due diligence in regards to this boat, it turns out that as the above photo shows the boat did in fact spin out and flip in lake texoma back in 06. Afterwards the boat was completely re rigged (wiring, electronics, upholstery etc). After that incident the engines were completely rebuilt and the boat was then coast guard documented and has since been run for approximately 160 hours. Yes it was posted for sale yesterday by me and when these questions came up I tagged it as SOLD because when you do that it pulls the listing down from all the forums it was posted in at one time instead of having to go and delete all listings individually. The most recent previous owner (approx 3 months ago) just updated the upholstery, gauges and stereo system again only to figure out his wife hated a sit down boat so he sold it. The owner who is a personal friend of mine as well as's has us working together on the sale. Any interested buyer is more than welcomed, actually INVITED to have this boat professionally surveyed both mechanically and structurally. I hope this has answered everyones questions and apologize for not letting this be known prior as myself nor the owner were aware.
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Old 01-04-2018, 04:56 AM
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Excellent post, Berns. Boats are deserving of second chances, especially if it is completed re-rigged and maintains structural integrity. Love the looks of this boat and glad to see she has been cared for.

Hope she gets a good home! Would love to run with her.
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Anyone thinking about selling theirs but not wanting to deal with all the prop spinners (tire kickers)?

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Originally Posted by Lucky Strike Jr View Post
Anyone thinking about selling theirs but not wanting to deal with all the prop spinners (tire kickers)?
oh, it’s on. Key west, here we come! LOL
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