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Old 08-04-2004, 11:59 AM
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man it has the drop in third bolster!!!!! that is the ultamate set of options id get if i got to order!!!!

Awesome boat, but I don't see the third bolster or where it would attach????
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Old 08-04-2004, 12:00 PM
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The Yellow seats don't get very hot at all !!!!

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Old 08-04-2004, 12:26 PM
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THE WINNING BID DOES NOT GET THE BOAT!! the high bid get presented to the bank then they accept or counter offer once... take it or leave it... i did this w/ my se ray got it well under value.. so it depends what is owed the bank on this boat
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Old 08-04-2004, 12:39 PM
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"Marginmn I have showed you evey nice boat to buy, you are not listening."

Nice? Only if you happen to like Plain-Jane paint and sit-down boats
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Awesome boat, but I don't see the third bolster or where it would attach????
It wedges in between the front bolsters and locks down (not sure how exactly). While it is considered a 3rd bolster you better be real skinney or a kid

PM Joker...he posted some pictures of the 3rd bolster a while back.
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man that thing is a nice package. 575's on ITS's, cool graphics and cockpit layout :cool;

any idea how fast that would go. just curious.
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Hey Dave,

Not to hijack the thread, but hows the CCraft doing after last weekend's Leopa run?
Tried to find you afterwards, but couldn't find ya.

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My friend is the manager at National Liquidators. I took a look at the boat today. The boat is in great shape. The backseat is faded.

As of today, the boat is not up for bid. They are still working it out with the owner. He may end up with back.

Like "dreamer" said, the bank has a number they want for the boat. The high bidder doesn't always walk away with the boat. Minimum bid is $185k. The boat, I imagine, will be sold for probably 220-240k. I checked the recall and it said 86. I was a little bummed. I'll post a few pictures.

All I have to say is.........Damn, I wish our boat was sold!

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Brian gave me a ride in that bad boy last summer- flat water on Lanier and the dash speedo was showing 92- I didnt bother to ask if there was any more throttle. No doubt it is one sweet piece of fiberglas.
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