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Old 10-12-2005, 09:08 PM
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Here are some other pics.

LubeJobs, are you going to fix it up and use it? I bet the insurance would be cheaper than your cat

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Thank you for the pictures. Looks like it was a nice boat. I'm not going to keep it. My partner put the money up to buy it, so we could fix it and resell it. I'm sure when it all over I will probably end up loosing money like I do in every boat deal!
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Old 10-12-2005, 09:18 PM
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I'll never buy a fix-er upper again or a boat sight unseen and test drive un driven
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Old 10-12-2005, 09:46 PM
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I'll never buy a fix-er upper again or a boat sight unseen and test drive un driven
The wise man speaketh....if I bought used it gets a good going over...inside and out..test run ...buyer says no...no means GO!
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Good for you Lube Jobs!! I think that thing has a ton of potential!! Would be a fun winter project!!!
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I'll give you $81K for it right now.
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Meticoulsly maintained, adult driven only, ....etc
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Only driven to church on Sundays ......
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As this does seem to be a decent deal on the outside, keep in mind that when a heavy boat like this flips over at speed it stresses all the supports,shatters and weakens the fiberglass where you can't see it .Hull's are not designed to support shock and weight in that direction.
You will loose at least 5 mph ever time and will also need a professional to completely re- work the hull.
Call Tres Martin and ask him what his Gladiator needed after a 50mph roll over. Good Luck!
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What is the pickeling process? How do they pickel the engines??
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What is the pickeling process? How do they pickel the engines??

They put pastrami and corned beef in it.

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