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That'll buff out....., not. It could be repaired but I doubt it's worth it.

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It could be repaired but I doubt it's worth it.
I was thinking the same thing Charlie....

If I owned her I would take a sawzall and just cut the keel out of the hull about 2' out from the keel and let it hit the ground.... see what it looks like and go from their with my decision....nothing ventured nothing gained....and it would be fun to boot.......Im an excellent hack!..

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The purchase price of a boat is just the admittance fee to the dance...you still have to spend money on the girl...so court one with something going for her with pleasing and desirable character traits others desire as well... or you could find yourself in a disillusioned relationship contemplating an expensive divorce.
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you lucky dog! Tearing apart a boat is great fun.. and what a treasure trove of goodies you'll find.

Seriously.. I love doing demo work on boats. wear a respirator, though.. it's not manly at all, but neither is hacking up a lung

... or I'm wrong.

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