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Old 01-11-2005, 03:31 PM
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Just wanted to give a public "thank you" to OSO members dyno and Crazyhorse. These guys took some time out of their weekend to go and look at a 28 Apache for me over in Grand Haven. As it turns out, it looks like they saved me from another cross-state trip - boat looked to need more work than I'm willing to sign up for, but it could make someone a nice project.

If it weren't for OSO I would've never had any contact with these guys, and here they are spending their time to help a brother out. Thanks!
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Old 01-11-2005, 04:18 PM
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I agree, this site rocks.
Mucho help, local and long distance.
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Good job guys.
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Oh, brother. Hey, brother. He ain't heavy, he's my brother. brotherly love. Brother printers.
Any time, DR. You'd look real good in that 28 Saber that Tom has over there. I guess it runs low 90's with 525SC engines. Nice-looking boat.
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There's another 28 Saber over there, all white with teal (ugh) and white interior, single 502 EFI. A possibility, for sure. 90mph is too fast for me and my wallet - gas and insurance would be more than I'm willing to pay. I'm still trying to convince the Mrs that we need this boat - pic #2 is kind of how I'd like to see it (I'm no Photoshop guru, that's for sure!)....
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Old 01-11-2005, 06:39 PM
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Money can buy anything. Even blue paint on the sides of that particular boat.
The new trailer goes under it tomorrow afternoon. I'll try to remember to take a picture.
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Great job dyno and Crazyhorse. That 28' Saber is a good looking boat!
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Money can buy anything. Even blue paint on the sides of that particular boat.
The new trailer goes under it tomorrow afternoon. I'll try to remember to take a picture.
I'm just a sucker for that classic Cig look, white deck and solid hullsides. Like a '69 SS Camaro with racing stripes, it never goes out of style!

The Mrs is at the jeweler's place tonight, so I might have a little leverage "But honey, this boat will ride soooo nice for the two kids." Eventually I think I'll wear her down, but that woman is like granite!

Here's that 28' I was talking about: 28 Saber


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Ok, I rolled some blue paint on the sides this afternoon in between rain storms. When can I expect you to come and pick up your new boat?
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i still have the 29 scarab for sale....
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