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Old 06-02-2007, 09:09 AM
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Was for sale for years, had a missing drive.
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Old 06-02-2007, 02:04 PM
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Yes, I know the guy who owned it originally. Good looking boat. Have not seen it recently.
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Yes, I know the guy who owned it originally. Good looking boat. Have not seen it recently.
Boat was on NL site for atleast 2 years. The pics showed a missing drive, misc stuff so atleast you know the boat should have low hours! I didn't think it was a theft recovery, just looked like someone was in the middle of working on it and the boat got repo'd.

Actually look at the first pic, the drives are not on the boat!
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Boat was on NL site for atleast 2 years. The pics showed a missing drive, misc stuff so atleast you know the boat should have low hours! I didn't think it was a theft recovery, just looked like someone was in the middle of working on it and the boat got repo'd.

Actually look at the first pic, the drives are not on the boat!
It was a National Marine boat. It was not for sale most of the time at National Liquidators becuase they had title issues, the boat was always on hold. They will not sell a boat unless it has a clear title. It was pretty nice but needed some paint touchups as you can see in the pics.

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The boat looks like a good buy.
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I called on it a day after the guys from NY put a contract on it. So i guees it ended up selling from NL and now they are selling. What is there a market for boat flipping.
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