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Old 08-24-2003, 11:28 PM
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NK....I'm home with the boat. It looks as described and as expected. I haven't pulled the cockpit cover off yet. Too beat. Tomorrow's another day.

225 miles of mountain towing through West Virginia.

Happy as hell to be home.

Playn....thanks a million for getting the boat to west Virginia for me. I owe ya buddy!

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Fred, Think nothing of it, I was happy to be able to help. I'm glad you made it home safe and sound! Just make sure you start posting some pics of the progress.

Hey, wait a minute, how did you log only 225 mi? I logged 740 today

Send me the pics of that Cig if you can find them.

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Congrats Fred. Call me when you start digging around.

Keith Nice meeting you. Thanks again for your patience.

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Fred, I'm partial to bright primary colored anodizing, powdercoating, etc. in the bilge. Keep that in mind as you rebuild this one! Also, I really am partial to Marine Machine products...just fyi.
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I'll remember that Miller. What kind of power do you like?
I like reliable power. I've been impressed by Sterling, Innovation and a few others. But mostly I'm a Mercruiser guy. Who do you have in mind?
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fred I bet you it took longer to get those $#@&%$## stickers off than it did to get the glue off. NK
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What are you going to do on that nose? Play hockey??? get a hatch!!!
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Hatches suck, unless they are hidden
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...How about I just jerk out the 'ol chainsaw and make a moon roof with an 8x10 sheet of plexi?
Wouldn't be the first time finish work is done with that tool South-Carolina!
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Congrats Fred. Call me when you start digging around.

Keith Nice meeting you. Thanks again for your patience.

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Parnell, It was good meeting you as well. It's always nice to put a face with a name. How is the 41 Saber comming?

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That might be a deal breaker. I'm not a big purple and yellow kinda guy...afterall I went to G-Town and our colors are Blue and Grey!

The boat looks good. Only question is how snugly do those rear bolster hold passengers? They look like you'd slide around a bit but that could just be the angle. Regardless, that is one awesome boat Fred. This is your best ride yet.
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