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Old 07-08-2006, 01:06 PM
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http://www.rbauction.com/auction_loc...ion_id=2006200

Two 42 Fountains, classic and new cars, Harley's, airplanes, construction equip., and tons more. Scroll down to feature items.

Guy got charged with embezzlement of $77 million. So now he's losing all his toys.
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http://www.rbauction.com/auction_loc...ion_id=2006200

Two 42 Fountains, classic and new cars, Harley's, airplanes, construction equip., and tons more. Scroll down to feature items.

Guy got charged with embezzlement of $77 million. So now he's losing all his toys.
I checked the hull numbers with Fountain....they both were built with 500EFI's and Bravo's?????????????????
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So is anyone here going to attend? I have been looking at the list and it sounds interesting. I can't afford the Fountains but I hate to think about someone else stealing them. I don't really even know what they are worth and they are gonna sell this weekend!
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I have seen the yellow fountain on texoma several times. Runs very well.
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I checked the hull numbers with Fountain....they both were built with 500EFI's and Bravo's?????????????????
They don't have the 500's anymore.

I am curious to find out what they go for. That guy had a lot of toys.
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They don't have the 500's anymore.

I am curious to find out what they go for. That guy had a lot of toys.
77 mill buys lots of toys
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Good point......
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I checked the hull numbers with Fountain....they both were built with 500EFI's and Bravo's?????????????????
Stelling standoff boxs on #6s???You sharper than that Blume< didnt the 02 used to hang out on Texoma? Looks like the one I ran in my 42 a couple of years ago at Texoma< if it is,its not that fast!
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My buddy is there, says both the boats abused, look like they were tied up next to rough concrete on rough water.

No obvious maint on anything, may be some deals, but a lot of people there, so likely not
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I worked for the family that owned that airpark in the 80's, I think it's the same guy... He has a BUNCH more toys than that! Our paychecks bounced several times.

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