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post #23 of Old 02-16-2012
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That boat in that condition with no engine probably has a negative value. It would cost far more to repair the damage in those pictures than it should cost to buy a P30 in good working order.

Hate to see that, as I have a soft spot for the P30, having owned one and had a lot of fun.

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