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Old 07-08-2008, 12:10 PM
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Here is the guys response to how the boat ended up like this. "Someone did try to repair it but never finished. The boat was hit from the
rear clipping the outdrives, they were removed as they were not salvageable.
The front hit another boat but did NOT sink!"

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That boat is worthless scrap.. strip it and crush it
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The current bid price would cover the cost of a used trailer.
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The current bid price would cover the cost of a used trailer.
It would barely recover the disposal fee
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Checking out the deck, it looks like an easy conversion to the first Cig bowrider..........

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18 bids.... I love it. Someware 18 people are thinking "I could fix that up with some surf repair kit and the engines out of the caprise classics on my lawn that I got from the police auction and hit 120MPH!!!
God bless ebay!
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18 bids.... I love it. Someware 18 people are thinking "I could fix that up with some surf repair kit and the engines out of the caprise classics on my lawn that I got from the police auction and hit 120MPH!!!
God bless ebay!
i almost spit coke a cola on my pc...
that is funny stuff..
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I'm curious as to how far back from the point of impact you would have to repair?
In this case, all the way to the dock......
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put a fork in that thing....It's done!!!
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In this case, all the way to the dock......
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