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Old 07-01-2008, 09:42 AM
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Noticed a lot of late model Fountains for sale in the OSO classified recently from Washington, NC. Is Fountain selling boats direct to the public now? If so, that is a real nice touch considering the dealers out there with whole inventories of Fountain/ Baja products suffering from "lot rot."
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brunswick stock down from 33 to 11
marine max down 66%
west marine down 75%
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Has anyone checked ebay yet?
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Originally Posted by dreamer View Post
brunswick stock down from 33 to 11
marine max down 66%
west marine down 75%
I cant see why West Marine would be down so much.

Marine max, yes.
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Originally Posted by TEAMBAJA View Post
I cant see why West Marine would be down so much.

Marine max, yes.
Nobody is boating........ West Marine serves weekend boaters....so.......do the math.

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not to mention west marines prices are STUPID
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Originally Posted by berns29scarab View Post
not to mention west marines prices are STUPID
Amen. I always feel I need stiched up after buying anything there.
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I was in West Marine last night $10/ foot for fukin water hose. Needless to say, I didnt buy any.
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it's oil fellas... oil... as much as i despise them for their incompetances, you can't blame west marine for prices...
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