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Old 06-08-2006, 04:45 PM
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Wow, I wonder how fast he was going ?
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It's a Fountain in disguise !
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Holy Hell
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Old 06-08-2006, 05:02 PM
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Maybe it was in an accident and the damage to the boat happened at the same time the axles were ripped from the trailer.......Hey, it could happen!
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Old 06-08-2006, 05:10 PM
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Maybe to fit it in a shipping container?
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the boat's are painted after they are built, there is no core exposed from what I can see, throw some paint at it and it's good to go.
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Looks like water got under the paint and lifted it...something as small as a nick could start that...Cant blame the builder.
??????????? So it is the painters fault??? That's not just "peeled" paint. No bash intended, just doesn't look like it lost a little paint.

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??????????? So it is the painters fault??? That's not just "peeled" paint. No bash intended, just doesn't look like it lost a little paint.

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And who hired the painter?HELLO,the builder!!!Let's blame the buyer
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??????????? So it is the painters fault??? That's not just "peeled" paint. No bash intended, just doesn't look like it lost a little paint.

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Yeah, look at the edges. That would be alot of paint build-up to get edges that sharp.
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I Must Be Rude But I Normally Do Not Leave My Fenders Out When I Am Transporting My Boat On The Trailer Down The Highway Or On My Offshore Freightliner. Something Does Not Size Up About The Whole Picture.
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