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Old 07-25-2003, 03:12 PM
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It's the 26' Thoroughbred that's been advertised here on OSO for ever. Bottom line is I've lost interest in boating around here and don't see it changing. The boat has some cosmetic pimples but is very fast, very reliable, and would be an awesome bargain. I'm losing my ass even if I got my asking price of $34,900.

I'm offering it up for reasonable offers. Please pass the word.

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Old 07-25-2003, 03:23 PM
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Great looking boat....doesn't seem like anything is really selling lately....

Hang in there....

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Old 07-25-2003, 03:34 PM
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If mine would ever sell, there would be another boat sold immdiately(the one I would be buying)

I guess one thing going for me is that I still enjoy the boat and don't mind holding on to it if I have to.

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It's paid for so it's not a financial issue. The boat runs too good to be sitting in my driveway.

So, who needs a test ride?
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NOTHING seems to be selling right now
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I would buy it if I wasn't a brought college student. If you ever feel the need to hit the water get in touch. Did you get the shop in order and what's the status on the camaro?
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Cat - it ain't about the style of boat, it's the style of boater/boating in the area. Too many boats on too little lake.
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This might sound stupid to guys who have the cash....but lots of guys in the circles I talk to are sick of all the money they have spent in replacing blown bravo drives thru the past years, and find the price of upgrades too high.....blame Mercruiser for putting out an inferior product that has financially strained too many boatowners thru the past few years....they've left a bitter taste in many boatowners mouths.....
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John

You still have that boat for sale?
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