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Old 01-29-2009, 10:55 PM
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Check this out, pretty cool Ebay Motors # 180323630032 Sorry dont know how to post a link can someone help
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Old 01-30-2009, 12:21 PM
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Or you can step up your game and get this

http://newyork.craigslist.org/fct/boa/1005686266.html

I've actaully seen this boat in person and it is pretty cool...it's an old Vietnam River Patrol Boat.
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That eBay seal boat looks like it was patched up on the sides with bondo!!! As far as i know when they de-commision the military boats they run a fork lift blades through the sides of the boats....
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he has had that thing on and off ebay for at least 2 years. he was claiming it was built by fountain for a while too. And yes, the military turns those things into swiss chese before they are sold. keep an eye on this site if you really want one, they go for a couple hundred bucks when they pop up http://www.govliquidation.com/ right now you can get a lot of 4 17' boston whalers for $150 out of florida.. http://cgi.govliquidation.com/auctio...&convertTo=USD
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we have bought two whalers from that site but for much more than $150.
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those boats were built by UNITED STATES MARINE in new orleans la on bayou savage , i worked there back in the early 90's.

they have since relocated to MS since katrina totally wiped out the facility that was once a dry stack in the early 70's...
http://www.usmi.com/
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Great duck hunting boat !!!!!!!!!!!!
Funny!! That is the first thing that popped in my mind too!!!

TOO FUNNY!!
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govliquidation is such a craps shoot. ive got some amazing deals and ive been phucked so hard my eye balls popped out! if i can offer any advice from WWW.govliquidation.com is be very very careful and make sure you see with your own eyes what you are bidding on because things have a way of changing... we have even spoke with several states attorney generals about the company and they warned us that the list of complaints is endless with govliquidation
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I actually looked at it ,,,no patch ,,,,all paint and freakin cool.

If had the bucks right now i would be racing this bad MOFO.

Complette Kevlar and bullet proof,,,stick twin 800 and #6's on that thing and it will ROCK.
Theses boats are very heavy 14,000lbs rigged and yes they put holes in them with fork lifts. DMRO in Portsmouth Va is where they keep them until sale.
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