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Old 03-16-2013
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Re: defining "rebuilt"

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Originally Posted by cparclan View Post
Good luck. There ARE competent and honest folks out there.

Do any of those folks live and sell boats in FL?
Nobody knows where this elusive creature lives. It's only been seen in grainy photos at great distances.

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Does the engine ususally get removed from the boat for a "re-build?" Seems like it would need to based on everyone's responses. The pics of the boat's engine don't show many shiney/new parts..
Yes, it must be removed to fully re-build, but a lot of big things could be done with it in the boat. If you don't see a brand spanking new paint job, I would be sure it wasn't recently "re-built". Then I would probably run from it, as the owner seems to have a disability with the truth. I get like that.
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