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Old 08-10-2011
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ya sorry but about this thread but i'm done with even looking at it. it's not a good deal would need new sails and a outboard and ton's of works and it's a crappy brand name i'm going to look into other boat i'm just looking right now i don't think i will buy one untill i find one that is just good. and i will sell my other boat then i just sailing on my neibhors boat today a 18' cat boat gaff rig with a 5 hp motor with a sink porta potyy two bunks i love that boat so i think i will look for some thing like that or something i love that boat. so i will look for some thing that is perfect for me no bs with another boat so ya.
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Lots of boats out there SBL. You can afford to be picky--or maybe you can't afford not to be You'll find your boat. Keep us in the loop!
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ok will do i'm going to just keep upgrading my current sailboat so when i do sell it it will be good to sell.
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ya sorry but about this thread but i'm done with even looking at it. it's not a good deal would need new sails and a outboard

Good choice. $1500 is too much to ask for a sailboat without a motor and sails in decent condition.
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