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Old 12-04-2002, 04:24 PM
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Tres, I think what we really want to hear is that you took her out back and flogged the hell outta her

Yeah, that be good!


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Old 12-04-2002, 04:39 PM
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Now I am impressed.........Tres Martin sticking with this post
and not crying for it to be deleted.......

Now THAT is a stand up man.......

Not that anybody cares what i think........
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Old 12-04-2002, 05:06 PM
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Tres and JM94,

Right on! Let's move on from here.

Besides, you guys are just assuming the worst in that post just like I did! There are three "---" in that post with an "F" in the front, and "ck" in the back. (F---ck)

This stands for "FQUICK" which is an abreviation that most Cigarette owners in SCOPE use when describing my Formula when I blow pass them. The "F" means Formula, and boy is it quick.


By the way, during our Thanksgiving dinner last week, my _unt spilled red wine on my berber carpet!!!!!!!!!











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Old 12-04-2002, 05:42 PM
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Having gone thru the experience myself a couple of years back, I can sympathize with both of em........Dreamer...because it is a large purchase and he wants to get the best boat for his buck.....especially in times like these.......and I can also sympathize with JM94 to a point because we have all had experiences with tire kickers......we dont want people to waste our time.......but in the end.....if we really want to make the sale, patience I guess will make the difference.....that and a nice boat...

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Old 12-04-2002, 05:54 PM
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Dreamer.....what about Ruckus.......did you check that boat out....I am not sure what she will take for it......but it looks pretty damn nice to me.......
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Old 12-04-2002, 10:32 PM
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Back to the boats. This looks to be in good shape for the type of coin you are looking to spend. You will even have a few bucks left over for freshening it up.

http://www.brucebullockmarine.com/bo...te_38_top_gun/

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Dreamer:

Check the OSO Boats for sale!!!

Cobra has a 94 Cig TG for 110k

That leaves you 20k to spend on fuel, insurance etc.

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Old 12-05-2002, 03:32 PM
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been sick for the past day and a half... logged on just now and saw the number of responses and laughed...

jm94 appology accepted

TRES... you can make it up to me by getting me my 2001 T/S TG for 130K

talked w/ anna about ruckus... we both agreed it was not for me

saw the cobra TG at martin offshore... lets just say its not worth the asking price

tres i did meet w/ craig and saw most of yor boats, just still looking

as for being a prop spinner... i will have a new 100+k boat next year, when i find the right deal for me this is a six figure expenditure and i want to feel i made the right purchase w/ no buyers remorse

thanks for all the support...
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Dreamer.

What did you end-up doing with your 28SS?

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the 28 ss is still for sale or will be going in on trade on my new boat.... that is one of the complications as it is not going to be an all cash deal

as for some of these boats and my confusion on what to buy and from WHO to buy... look at this:110k

i called and was told 149k


ill take the red and white one for that kind of discount!!
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