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Old 12-10-2013, 11:22 AM
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This Klem Gem has been all over the net the last few years. We have talked about here on the OSO Magnum thread, just thought I would bring it here just in case someone thought it was a real classic Mag. It's now for sale in Key Largo Florida.
Here is the OSO link about it.

http://www.offshoreonly.com/forums/m...ncer-27-a.html
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Old 12-10-2013, 10:31 PM
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heeeees back with a "consumer product anouncement bulliten " or a H2o exclusive "all is not what it seems
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Old 12-19-2013, 09:43 AM
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Wow Mark, I also bid on that boat when it was on ebay years ago. I bought my first boat a year before Tony got that boat. When I went to look at her, I fell in love. Yes it was a big POS but at the time, I didnt know about Magnum or most other older performance brand boats in that era/size. I thought that the lines on that boat were incredible. Tony wouldn't budge off 6k so obviously I wasn't buying it but from that day forward, it started my quest to educate myself on what else is out there and so be honest, It is now a sickness. lol I don't make a lot of money and I am the sole provider for my family so what ever it is that I will find will always be a work in progress. Mechanicals are easy for me but wood and laying some fiberglass is new to me. I have a project in the garage right now that I am laying a new floor in and encapsulating the stringers in. I guess this will be a test to see if I can ever do a resto on a nice classic piece one day. Thanks for bringing up an older memory i had by posting the picture of Quikolic.
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