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Old 02-11-2012, 01:29 AM
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Could you imagine walking down the dock to that?
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read the thread hole in ss waterline from pickup seen it with my own eyes ,put my hands on it !
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I was not around then but it reminds me of the DCB 35 that rolled, that thread is "hush hush" with no pics. Funny how things work around here.

Either way, sad to see such a beautiful boat under water!

Any time anything "bad" happens to a boat this site (and others) want to cencer it. I guess it's because no one wants to display a boats mis-fortune and some have "pull" on this site and others.

Bottom line is if a boat was sunk, flippled, rolled or anything else you'd think "hope" that the owner would be honest about it's history even if it was just something stupid like this (at the dock).

It is what it is.....Hopefully a boats history is fully disclosed. I can tell you I wouldn't hesitate buying this piece of work _ or any other - just because it saw some water at the dock. But I'd run from an owner that tried to lie about it because who knows what else they're hiding.

My theory is; sh!t happens....
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is this the same one? been listed at LCM for a while with trip 1075s

http://www.lakecumberlandmarine.com/...30d45fc32c.htm
Hard saying, Don't see anywhere in the ad that states it was sunk.



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Hard saying, Don't see anywhere in the ad that states it was sunk.



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haven't been here for very long and didn't think that censorship for things like this was that prevalent but I have come to notice things going POOF and it's just like anywhere else in life I guess... it's who ya KNOW and who ya ...well you know the rest
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is this the same one? been listed at LCM for a while with trip 1075s

http://www.lakecumberlandmarine.com/...30d45fc32c.htm
I think it is.
It went to LCM and was rumored to have gone oversees.
Perhaps it didnt.

What would salt water do to that power and electrical wiring after being submerged for that time ?
Cant tell who the current owner of the boat is.

Does anyone know ?
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Cant tell who the current owner of the boat is.

Look for the guy who just got done puking after reading this thread.


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I dont know where its best in advertising something that has sunk as far as declaring same.
You either put it in the original ad or you declare it verbally.

Under PRICE in the ad it says to CALL, so one can presume thats when the seller will declare the fact.

Thats IF it is actually the same boat.
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read the thread hole in ss waterline from pickup seen it with my own eyes ,put my hands on it !
must have been a hell of a hole in the line...what size line and how big of a hole????
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Saaw this yesterday. Made me sick
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