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Old 12-15-2010, 01:55 PM
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Damn the price went up to 100k
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How common is gutting/altering a boat before getting it repo'd? I've talked with people before who made it sound like it was justified. Seems pretty chitty to me, like most are just trying to recoup what they can from their own mistake(s).
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How common is gutting/altering a boat before getting it repo'd? I've talked with people before who made it sound like it was justified. Seems pretty chitty to me, like most are just trying to recoup what they can from their own mistake(s).
i feel the same...kinda F N the people who put trust in you to pay them...that's the way I see it!!!!
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Yep just called 100K minimum bid...

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To me, it would seem a thread like this showing what the boat previously looked like, and what you did to it before having it repo'd would be more embarassing then just having it repo'd...
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Yep just called 100K minimun bid...
Whats that thing actually worth considering NO trailer and basically no power or drives?
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I am sure the transom will have to be redone, can you imagine the butcher job that it must have be done knowing it's fate and where it was going to end up.
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Whats that thing actually worth considering NO trailer and basically no power or drives?
asked that earlier..was told 75k was a good deal but I don't know...after re-rigging with proper power and really it needs #6 drives...its gonna get pricey
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I am guessing the phone was ringing off the hook at $75k. They figured out quickly it was too cheap. Keep in mind that is the minimum bid on a auction format. Has anyone had luck buying from them at the minimum bid? I have heard stories.

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I am guessing the phone was ringing off the hook at $75k. They figured out quickly it was too cheap. Keep in mind that is the minimum bid on a auction format. Has anyone had luck buying from them at the minimum bid? I have heard stories.
someone needs to walk in with the cash and they might walk out with it...i have done that twice on online actions if the owner of the title has it set up that way.
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