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Compac in Boat Builder's Row?

Any chance there is enough interest in Compacs to get included in the list?
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hi greene...boat builders row is contracting rather than expanding as beyond a few specific brands there is little activity or interest. For that reason we have the orphan brands thread where those with other brands can start their own threads. If those threads show enough activity...then a brand might be considered for an additional spot. Most of the brands on the list were added after the e-mail lists were disbanded and based on the lack of activity...many will be discontinued in the future I'm sure.
By all means...start a Compac thread and see who shows up...but most here ask questions or make posts in the general forums since both owners AND others who may be of help will tend to jump in there more readily.
By the way...I've always liked the Compacs in the 20' plus range bu have never seen a 16...she is sure a pretty girl!! Get your post count up past 10 so we can see some big pictures of her.
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Thanks, the Orphan thread system will work just fine. I'd guess that there are quite a few people (like me) who search for their particular mfr. and when they don't find it they look for "Others" or "Misc." - not "Orphans".
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