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Old 04-24-2010, 02:22 PM
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I don't think they would have accepted your offer of $125K.
I would definitely accept the offer of $125k for a deposit on it
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Old 04-24-2010, 02:49 PM
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I too, like this boat alot. I like different things, and this being a one-off makes it very interesting.
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Old 04-24-2010, 05:56 PM
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It is great to see my old boat. Can't say that I was sad to see it go though. I lost so much money on that whole deal, I was happy to see it go. I could never really enjoy it because of all the drama behind it. Now I have closure.

Bobby and I have remained friends through all of this. Boatme and Pat were stand up guys. I also want to thank DHLAW who helped me get my hands on it. I figure karma will take care of the rest of the folks involved.

I would imagine that every time this boat comes up for sale, I'll comment on it, and I'm sure Boatme will too. The boat has a history that goes along with it. I don't know how many years of my life this consumed.

I won't soon forget the dealings I had with this boat and I assume Boatme won't either. Can't imagine I'll move on or forget about it. But, as usual, you'll get folks commenting about things they don't know about. I guess that's just human nature.

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Old 04-24-2010, 10:54 PM
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I don't think they would have accepted your offer of $125K.
I guess my offers on the last seven boats i bought were too high.. lol
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Old 04-25-2010, 08:30 AM
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It is great to see my old boat. Can't say that I was sad to see it go though. I lost so much money on that whole deal, I was happy to see it go. I could never really enjoy it because of all the drama behind it. Now I have closure.

Bobby and I have remained friends through all of this. Boatme and Pat were stand up guys. I also want to thank DHLAW who helped me get my hands on it. I figure karma will take care of the rest of the folks involved.

I would imagine that every time this boat comes up for sale, I'll comment on it, and I'm sure Boatme will too. The boat has a history that goes along with it. I don't know how many years of my life this consumed.

I won't soon forget the dealings I had with this boat and I assume Boatme won't either. Can't imagine I'll move on or forget about it. But, as usual, you'll get folks commenting about things they don't know about. I guess that's just human nature.

Best of luck to the new owner.
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Old 04-25-2010, 09:38 AM
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Bret good to here you are still around

hope all is going well

You were a big help when this all began

Have a great summer
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Old 04-25-2010, 11:45 AM
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I will own that one, one day.. would of already had it but the g-f hated the indian head...

Get rid of the g-f and get the boat....
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Old 04-25-2010, 04:32 PM
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Pair of 950 Hp motors and runs mid-90's...better be a wave crusher. Beautiful boat but I would've expected the stepped hull to be faster.
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I guess my offers on the last seven boats i bought were too high.. lol
But didn't it take like 4,269 offers and 29 years to buy those 7 boats?
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Pair of 950 Hp motors and runs mid-90's...better be a wave crusher. Beautiful boat but I would've expected the stepped hull to be faster.
Hard to call those steps.

More like cracks in a side walk.
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