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Slice,
I have a Tartan 30 that is completly re-done and in excellent shape with a diesel if your interested. The boat is in Port Clinton, I can e-mail you pictures if your interested. The boat is set up for cruising Dodger, roller furling etc.

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Steve,

Interested in learning more. At the risk of receiving spam (I don't have enough posts to yet to send a PM), email bcintransit[AT]yahoo.com. (Had to fudge the @)

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Fudging the "@" will also prevent spambots from picking up your e-mail address...and causing you to get a lot of spam.
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I sent you some information on the Tartan 30, did you get it?

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