Here's one that could be a challenge

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oakchas
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Here's one that could be a challenge

Post by oakchas » 21 Aug 2016, 17:38

It's a Lone Star ca. 1958

But @ $2500 a bit rich for my budget.
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Here's one that could be a challenge

Post by bobberboy » 21 Aug 2016, 21:34

There's one kinda like that in my area for $3K. It's been for sale for about two years. Pretty cool but don't quite know what you'd do with one. Too small to live on and too big for skinny water!

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Here's one that could be a challenge

Post by Al U Minium » 22 Aug 2016, 08:01

don't do it

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Re: Here's one that could be a challenge

Post by oakchas » 22 Aug 2016, 08:21

BB and Al.

You're both right. But, redone, it could be a nice old classic. Two berths, and room for a head.

Just a LOT of work.

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Here's one that could be a challenge

Post by Steve A W » 22 Aug 2016, 23:06

Thats my dream boat :!:
Put a pair of '57 Johnson or Evinrude 35's on it and go.
But alas it's just a dream :cry:

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Amateurs built the Ark!

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