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Re: Life Span of a Boat

Originally Posted by mad_machine View Post
well.. that is how Egg Harbor Yachts stores their molds... granted, not for decades, but they are just wheeled outside and left until they need to build another sport fisherman
Other manufacturers leave their molds outside too so they might last a while. Maybe depends on how they're made.
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