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post #13 of Old 05-05-2012
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Re: advice on buying a boat that need work

DrSeawell,

Take two hundred dollars, buy a lawn tractor and pull your " Hombre"'s head out of his ass.
Any vessel that's been partially submerged is a losing proposition since all the mechanical, plumbing and electrical will need replacement or repair. The shaft log leak may or not be the cause but any engine that's been submerged can be used as a mooring anchor.
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