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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by Jagged, Feb 26, 2007.
He bought a boat. '74 star cruiser for $695. I still have no boat
I bet he quadrouples that cost in the first few months. Don't feel bad, boats are expensive.
Your looking at this all wrong.. it's more cost effective ( and much less labor intensive ) to have a friend with a boat, than to own the boat yourself.. the same logic works with swimming pools, children, whatever you can think of..
Yeah, I know... I already helped him gut out the entire boat
Boats are so much fun though, and I love the water. I grew up in VA around the water, it's almost genetic for me to want a boat
I know the feeling. I'm trying to choose between buying a small flatbottom skiff, building a yota truck, or fixing the body damage on my Yukon.
SAS the yukon damnit!!!!
I'll sell you my dad's!
Does it come with the rock?
very very good point
At least mine runs.
once again Tom finds the perfect anology.
she must be a beauty...16 footer, Mitch?i had more fun on my friends 16 footer than all my other friends 30 plus footers.
My buddy scored a '96 Bullet with a 225 Merc off a crackhead for like $3500 last year. I was a little sick.
Mines free if you can fetch it , and finish it
Always remember; A boat is a hole in the water you throw money into! Same thing can be said for our trucks, cars, homes, girlfriends/wives, etc.....
The interior was all crap and rotted. In the matter of a weekend he gutted it, put down new marine carpet, and started repairing some of the fiberglass and painting it.
There's a big free boat up here. It's really cool, but I don't have a trailer big enough for it. It will probably cost $695 in gas to get it from Long Island to New Jersey, nevermind Kansas...
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