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Old 01-24-2002, 08:53 PM
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Hey who know about these little bay crusiers and what they are worth ....???

I stopped by the Duffy Store on PCH and saw that they were actually asking 40K for the top end boat ...wow ! a golf cart for the water costs that much !

I am looking at a 1993, 18 ft for 12K is that worth it ???? great shape....

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Old 01-24-2002, 09:29 PM
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Rick...What kind of power?
I was just about to write" What are you going to do with a Duffy"
But then I gave it a minute a figured what I would do with a Duffy.
Smart move man...Make sure to bring the Berry White and Wine!
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Old 01-24-2002, 09:52 PM
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If your talking about the Maine Duffys', it's a quality boat. Their roots are in lobster/fishing vessels for New England waters..and I believe they got into pleasure models in the early 90's. I've been to their shop, and it's first class all the way....My old boss had a custom 43 (one stateroom)built in '94.....a piece of art...
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Old 01-24-2002, 11:46 PM
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No, No.....

A Duffy is a fishing boat, but not for lobster my friend ... It's for Bang'in beaver while you listen to Barry White
& Drink wine.....

Geeeez ..... you East Coast Folk ...!

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Sorry...I misunderstood. Us East Coast Folk don't need a boat to "bang beaver."
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Yea, East Coasters prefer squirrel.

 
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You can't beat the duffy. all you need is auto pilot and your set. I was looking for one also. Check out the batteries, how new ect...
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If they don't squirrel around you ain't banging em right, right????
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Risk Taker,

Good one! LOL!
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So Rick that is what most people use it for what do you want with one Can you wire the batteries in parralel and would that be like a super charger? Hey maybe Jeffrey could use of of them so that he does not keep running out of gas. Na he would just forget to plug it in
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