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Old 10-29-2006, 10:39 AM
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real sound advice everyone. thanks.

ive been looking for the right bullet at the right price going on 4 years now. some other "deal" always came up and i put the bullet on the back burner. done well flipping boats every 2 years or so but at this point i just want to find a cig to keep for many years.

i just thought if i REALLY watch my budget and buy good used parts when they come up i might not end up under the bus to bad......
 
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Old 04-26-2008, 03:59 PM
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Rebuilding a 1978 35' Mistress right now.Unless you can do all the labor yourself it gets very expensive!I have shopped OSO and EBAY and found great deals that have kept my cost down along with my free labor!If you can get good deals on parts and build the motors,trannys and drives yourself you can save a bundle!I am going to have about 20,000 in parts when done.Have to love to work on these babies!
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