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Old 06-23-2003, 03:16 PM
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The first boat is a 28' 1969 Alim Step V ? it looks like a magnum to me, it's on e-bay, now.

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Old 06-23-2003, 04:28 PM
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#2 23' Formula asking price $1400
I cant get that link to work, could you try to get me the email addy on the Formula?

Too Old, I will check there, thanks.

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Too Old, could you post a link also?

Today I decided I am not going to drop a 350 into the boat...the motor will be mine and all the maintence, but the boat will still be parents so I would have to listen to them
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parents so I would have to listen to them
That's probably a better idea than you think. I remember being sure I knew more than my parents when I was 17. I don't know when I forgot everything, but I am sure I don't know everything at age 47.
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Tommy, Phone # 321-863-1455 e-mail [email protected]

The 28 in the first picture is on E-Bay now, they are at $1000
Lets try this one more time
www.projectboats.net

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Thanks KN, I was able to get on that site and saw the info. Never heard of Alim but that boat is older than me. The freeboard resembles the magnum but the chines I believe are different. Thanks for the info bro.

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If I were to talk dad into loaning me some $, does anyone think they could haul that formula to a boat yard that charges decent prices for storage for a month or so until I could come down there?

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Tommy, you don't sell a Formula of that size for that price with out a damn good reason. That boat is junk or it's stripped. Either way, you don't have enough money to finish it. You'll sink alot of time and money into the project and then it will sit. It will sit for years until you either scrap it or sell it for a loss. I know, because I sold a boat that was just like that for the same price. Fred's suggestion is a much, much better idea. The boat is small and affordable. It's simple and something that you can learn from. Remember, you must take the baby steps before you can walk or run.
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Old 06-24-2003, 09:18 AM
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Cord, Catmando said the same thing last night in the chatroom, after adding up motor/drive/interior/gauges/bolsters, etc, it is a bit more than I will have in the next few years.
ps-do you still have the blazer?
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Yes, but there is absolutly no pressure or commitment.
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