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Old 11-03-2004, 11:12 AM
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My Boat is down by Lip ship
I will be down on 11/15 - 11/21
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Old 11-03-2004, 12:19 PM
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It's there !!!

But I'm not !!!
Does the new owner live in Florida?

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Rick, we got to run with Spitfire 2 weekends ago, we'll all have to get together one weekend. I wanna see that bad boy
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We should be there first week of DEC or second !
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Does the new owner live in Florida?

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Rick, we got to run with Spitfire 2 weekends ago, we'll all have to get together one weekend. I wanna see that bad boy
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Actually .... I was referring to the Concept .... But now that you mention it , I guess my old boat is down there too !!! **** !!!

The new owner lives in Michigan .

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Father is in FL this week looking for a house to rent for three or so months. If he finds something, we'll be sending the apache down. Or his colbalt.
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Lucky, I am purchasing 38 Sonic from Broker in Ft. Lauderdale, using Ed Cozzi as surveyor (I think you know him). Anyway, need a place to store for Winter (access for when we show up to use - maybe 2 or 3 times). I understand you have area to store. Any room left.

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When you guys start speaking English in that state


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Ed Cozzi

Can't go wrong with him !

Very thorough, knowledgeable, & reliable

Just surveyed my Top Gun, I've known him for 20 years.

He is the best !

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When you guys start speaking English in that state
Como????
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Ed Cozzi

Can't go wrong with him !

Very thorough, knowledgeable, & reliable

Just surveyed my Top Gun, I've known him for 20 years.

He is the best !

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Steve,

Did you sell the TG?
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