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Re: Bit by bigger boat bug - strip the old boat or refit new one?

I think it is bad luck to take stuff from the old boat that is normally fastened to her and put it on your new boat. Makes the old boat look like crap and thus harder to sell.
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Re: Bit by bigger boat bug - strip the old boat or refit new one?

Unbolting stuff is downright tacky - like taking the fixtures when you move houses. I think we are only talking about loose gear here aren't we?

Anything you plan to keep should be off the boat before you show it to any prospective buyers.
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