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Old 08-27-2009, 10:11 PM
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900EFIs sounds like Teague motors;

http://www.offshoreonly.com/classifi...o30452-en.html
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Nice boat.. Need a few more pics on the add. I would look at the two and go on to the next one. Does the guy feel he can sell it with two pics.

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Nice boat.. Need a few more pics on the add. I would look at the two and go on to the next one. Does the guy feel he can sell it with two pics.

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+1 - never understood that. No pics of the cockpit, interior, drives, or under the hatch. Anything can look good from 50' or 100' away.
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Agreed. Here buy my house, I will show you a picture of the driveway and sidewalk...

Definitely need some pictures of the business end of the boat, plus as stated, cockpit, cabin etc...

Nice boat, but the paint ain't gonna sell it.
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24 photos on linked web site of add. Not Teague motors.
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More pics here;

http://www.yorathyachts.com/core/lis...h&&ywo=yorath&

I like these people, especially after I read their Ten Things to Save the Ocean. All who live close to the ocean can do those things.
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That looks like a really nice boat!
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I think it's a helluva deal for the money but I could be wrong. Maybe animalhouse and some other OL people will chime in about it.
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I like these people, especially after I read their Ten Things to Save the Ocean. All who live close to the ocean can do those things.
I can't believe but I am agreeing with you.
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Does Teague even do dry sumped motors? I've seen pics of his 1200's, and they do not even have dry sumps.


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