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Re: defining "rebuilt"

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Originally Posted by Minnewaska View Post

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.
Have a real good look at that "shiny new paint job" too to try to ensure that it wasn't ONLY painted up shiny just to dress it up...
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