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Old 01-17-2013, 06:35 PM
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Boat: 1990 Tristar 190, 2002 Xstar
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Then go get the '94 in Colorado
For half the price of that one in Colorado you could of have had a complete boat, with a motor, and with the interior, not a boat with the tower off, the engine torn apart (who knows what is wrong or missing) and an interior that is out (who knows what is wrong or missing). At least with the damaged boat you had a vessel that was all put together and could have gotten it for cheaper......With $500 or less in parts (fiberglass, resin, paint, gel coat, tracking fins etc) your only real investemnt would be your time, providing you have some basic skills. But no one will ever know if the strut/shaft/prop were damaged as well or not, all a crap shoot. Lots of good projects and good deals out there....
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