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View Poll Results: Am I in over my head with this fire-damage project boat?
Yes, entirely. Quit while you're ahead 1 7.69%
Doable in 6 months and 20k 1 7.69%
Doable in under 2 years and 50k 3 23.08%
So many unforeseeable issues = no way to guess time and $$ 8 61.54%
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post #21 of 22 Old 01-24-2017
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According to the OP's statistics; Last Activity: 10-03-2016

I think we can assume....
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Maybe ..he has been spending so much time on it that he has no time for sailnet..? Btw... My opinion is I hate burnouts!!they stink and always so much involved I have dealt with a lot.. But not boats. Maybe he would have been better off using it as salvage to rebuild deals can be pretty good S2 7.9 is such but all it has is a broken mast . Ralph
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