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It's odd, I'm not one to go by looks in anything, but when I look at an old style boat I get excited over them.
New boats, while maybe faster, and better in many ways, just don't spark me. I look at a new style boat, but while I can appreciate what the owner sees in them, and admire the lines and ability, they just don't do it, But when I look at an Alberg style design, its 'WOW I wonder what they want for that!'
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