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Old 06-30-2010, 03:52 PM
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I don't see anything wrong with this boat....
Ive been watching that boat for a while. If I was going to upgrade. That would be the one I would buy. Love the colors.
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Old 06-30-2010, 04:29 PM
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The only thing wrong with that boat is the price!!!
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Old 06-30-2010, 04:42 PM
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The only thing wrong with that boat is the price!!!
Make an offer...Thats how you fix that problem...
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Opions are like *******s...You know the rest..That boat has been to finance many times..BTW whats your boat look like?
Not sure if you are shooting for "options" or "opinions" in your quote......

I would strongly suspect my 32 Sunsation is more boat than you own!

No comment about the interiors falling apart on brand new Cigs? Brand new, warehouse stored/climate controlled perfection and the interior falls apart so bad the factory has to redo it? hmmmmmm.........
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I don't see anything wrong with this boat....
Thanks for posting the pics for those of us trying to figure out which one.

I think the paint is nice, love the colors. However, I have no idea the ask and what else is in the range.

As for the 150K new 28's, people better keep buying them so there are used ones in 10 years for people to buy used.

Same with the 36, I could see being in something like that in 10 years used.
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Not sure if you are shooting for "options" or "opinions" in your quote......

I would strongly suspect my 32 Sunsation is more boat than you own!

No comment about the interiors falling apart on brand new Cigs? Brand new, warehouse stored/climate controlled perfection and the interior falls apart so bad the factory has to redo it? hmmmmmm.........
The interiors don't fail on the Cigs unless they have been messed with.
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The interiors don't fail on the Cigs unless they have been messed with.
Actually Paul, Cig had an issue with about 15-18 boats in 2008-09 with the glue used in the interior. They tried something new and it didn't work out real well. Anything glued fell apart and they had to re-do the interiors. The 42X mentioned had the issue. Hey it happens to everyone when you rely on outside vendors/3rd party suppliers but what I thought was wrong was Cig didn't want to fix the boat until AFTER it was sold. That doesn't give the buyers a warm, fuzzy feeling after contemplating writing a large check for a BRAND NEW boat that already needs warranty work!

Cdowns?...........
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Well, I didn't know that. Cigs have cabins?
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Old 07-01-2010, 10:54 AM
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I meant exactly what I said - Outerlimits doesn't pay their bills. At least this their tab from last year's poke run which has been emailed and fax a rediculous amount of times.

Even in this tough economy, every other sponsor has paid their bills on time or in 1-2-3 payments over a short period of time.
Thank you for clarification.

I could not tell who you meant by your comment, because you said "they" immediately following a thread mentioning Lavey & Cig.

I remember a previous thread where you requested Mike Fiore(sp?) call you.

Disappointing to hear this, as you have gone out of your way to sponsor events focusing on great value to the boaters (read you are making thin margins) and this non payment will likely put your event into the negative.

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Actually Paul, Cig had an issue with about 15-18 boats in 2008-09 with the glue used in the interior. They tried something new and it didn't work out real well. Anything glued fell apart and they had to re-do the interiors. The 42X mentioned had the issue. Hey it happens to everyone when you rely on outside vendors/3rd party suppliers but what I thought was wrong was Cig didn't want to fix the boat until AFTER it was sold. That doesn't give the buyers a warm, fuzzy feeling after contemplating writing a large check for a BRAND NEW boat that already needs warranty work!

Cdowns?...........
You are correct about the glue issue.....It was'nt the fact that cig did not want to fix the boat until it was sold.....We did'nt know the head liner had fallen until the buyer was already here...The guy did'nt want the boat...cig fixed it and we sold it to another buyer...
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