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Old 06-08-2011, 07:11 AM
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Somebody did the same thing to a 35 Outlaw that Uglys had waiting to go into boatshow a few yrs ago.
All for some 496s to.
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All that and they left the cup holders!!!
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Looks like any other 30 Spectre to me!


I'm sure it's a very quick way to 'disconnect' everything, but it makes me wonder how they lifted and carted off the 'good' half... that's an awkward and heavy piece to walk off with. Tow truck, flat bed with a winch?
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. . . . Is the bottom made of wood?
Baltek balsa coring.
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. Is the bottom made of wood?
Nort,
I believe that is the coring material we are seeing. Unbelieveable how they did that. They cut it where the trailer bucks are gapped for travel lifts straps would slid in! Bastards!
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Old 06-08-2011, 08:10 AM
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Unbelievable, I had to look twice to see what the problem was.
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Heard about things like that but had never seen it so graphic...

So they take gauges worth $80 each and leave the throttle and shifter worth $2k...
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Heard about things like that but had never seen it so graphic...

So they take gauges worth $80 each and leave the throttle and shifter worth $2k...
not to mention pulling the throttles and shifters is a 5min job. anyone that has pulled gauges knows thats no piece of cake. it took some time
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Those battery powered saw-zaw's they sell at the box store's open up alot of options. Locks are for Honest people.
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seems like its too straight and smooth of a cut for a sawzaw ???
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