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Old 11-01-2005, 05:47 PM
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and the govt......mark......

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Old 11-01-2005, 05:58 PM
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Normally I don't !

I love my new car !!
The new C6 is way cool.....you can have a test drive anytime you'd like....I can also sell you my 41 at a very inflated price if you want !

You got a new toy and didnt tell me??? Man...that's just plain wrong...

remember...i still have keys to the summer house
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Old 11-01-2005, 06:02 PM
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You got a new toy and didnt tell me??? Man...that's just plain wrong...

remember...i still have keys to the summer house

Guess we haven't gotten together for awhile huh ??

Call me tomorrow......I'll fill you in on a few things !
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Normally I don't !

I love my new car !!
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dont love anything that cant love you in return!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!mark........as far as the cars and boats.........
"we are just holding them for the next person".............jay leno said that about his car collection..........
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Old 11-01-2005, 06:03 PM
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Like a fine aged wine, they get better over time.

But really, it's kind of like asking why does a 69 Camaro sell for $40K restored..

These boats have a lot of history and an excellent ride which people are willing to pay for. Which does not hold the same for some of the "new techs".
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Old 11-01-2005, 06:04 PM
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I don't harass Apache' guys...if they all pulled their boats out of the water at the same time.. the ocean would rise 10 feet and drown us all.
I'm no physics major, but wouldn't the ocean fall?
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Old 11-01-2005, 06:22 PM
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I'm no physics major, but wouldn't the ocean fall?
Cuda does have a point.......................
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So what ya going to get???[/QUO

OUT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!just kidding..........a live aboard hatteras type.......and a 27 mag. or 28 cig........mark.......p.s....the 41 is great but the exspence is large the way i do it.to run all the time it takes alot of parts........need referaces call jimmy secord of the marine shop inc.......he has service records for last 6 years..........mark.........the bout is in fla......survived the hurricane..........and a tornado...........and the govt......mark......
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just fiberglass
You started a thread with just 2 words, and yet you couldn't even get that right. Let's get the facts straight before we go a rolling our eyes, shall we? Fiberglass, trailer, and the parts to put her all back together....

Iíll start with the new:

1. 3 (three) Mallory Ignition Comp Pump 400 High Performance Electronic Fuel Pumps.
2. 3 (three) Racor Parker fuel filter water separators.
3. 4 (four) ASCO Solenoid valves for the 4 fuel tanks.
4. Custom built fuel valve system. 4 tank inputs.
5. Gaffrig depth sonar gauge. Model GL600TR.
6. Tank Tender.
7. Standard VHF Radio
8. Momo steering wheel
9. 4 on-off Apollo valves with fittings
10. Complete set of rocker switches (military grade, stainless)
11. Gaffrig trim tab indicators for triple engine set up.
12. Aluminum panels for custom engraving (console).
13. 4 4X9 sheets of Thermalite coring material for floor. Enough here to complete the job.
15. All fuel and water hoses.
16. VHF antenna
17. 3 (three) Gaffrig engine hour gauges with teal bezels.

Used parts.

1. 1 set of Latham marine triple engine controls.
2. Portable livewell with bracket.
3. Cushions for whole boat.
4. Leaning post
5. Center Console
6. Rear bench seat
7. 2 bilge pumps
8. 30 amp battery charger
9. Water pump
10. Rod holders
11. 2 hydraulic trim pumps.
12. Three Taylor/Crowe batteries.
13. Radar Arch. Powder coated and reinforced.

And a few other odds and ends I'm sure I forgot.

A pretty darn complete package, minus motors and wiring harnesses of course. Reasonable offers will be considered. Obviously a lot of work is still required to put her all back together and in my opinion will definitely be worth somebody's while. This hull will last a LONG time as it's seen little use and is in like new condition. And last but not least, it's a one-off. You couldn't get another one if you tried.

Dreamer, the fact that you don't think mine and other Apaches are fairly priced is an opinion you're trying awfully hard to convince everybody of. I wonder why? I don't see the point in taking the time to try and convince everyone these boats aren't worth anything anymore, unless your goal is to get the prices down to where you can afford one. Maybe that's what you're up to. Touche`

Anyway, thanks for your support!!
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I'm no physics major, but wouldn't the ocean fall?
Cuda...you are right...got me on that call.. cold..

...I guess then the Apache' owners would have to conspire to all launch at the same time...the spray would look like a mushroom vapor cloud...
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