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Postby Slough » Sat Aug 23, 2014 7:20 pm

Just found a 2003 bayliner 195SF with 82 hours on it. Met the owner at a lake outing and he's upgrading. he would park and tie up the boat on table rock lake in Mo. and then enjoy sun and drink then drive it back to the trailer and call it a day. folks that less than 8 hours of running per season. This thing has been kept in a heated/cooled garage and the interior and ex looks factory new. Got a good deal. will pick up later this week and try to enjoy a couple trips before it gets too cold. psyched. Pics to follow some day
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Re: New boat

Postby Michgndr » Mon Aug 25, 2014 7:02 am

Can't wait to see the new camo paint job you put on it.
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Re: New boat

Postby Slough » Mon Aug 25, 2014 7:33 pm

Michgndr wrote:Can't wait to see the new camo paint job you put on it.
Yeah the wife wont be happy. How bad could it be? at least I'm not using her wedding gown as layout blind snow cover.
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Re: New boat

Postby Michgndr » Tue Aug 26, 2014 10:38 am

Wimmenz just don't understand boats.
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Re: New boat

Postby duckdawg » Fri Aug 29, 2014 4:43 pm

Slough wrote:Just found a 2003 bayliner 195SF with 82 hours on it. Met the owner at a lake outing and he's upgrading. he would park and tie up the boat on table rock lake in Mo. and then enjoy sun and drink then drive it back to the trailer and call it a day. folks that less than 8 hours of running per season. This thing has been kept in a heated/cooled garage and the interior and ex looks factory new. Got a good deal. will pick up later this week and try to enjoy a couple trips before it gets too cold. psyched. Pics to follow some day


In Oklahoma? When would it get too cold? Too cold here is the ice is so thick that it impedes forward motion. :46
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Re: New boat

Postby Michgndr » Tue Sep 02, 2014 8:23 am

At that point we just push the boat across the ice. I heard some people actually give up boating when the ice is in.
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Re: New boat

Postby duckdawg » Tue Sep 02, 2014 8:49 am

Michgndr wrote:At that point we just push the boat across the ice. I heard some people actually give up boating when the ice is in.


Will wonders never cease? I never heard of such a thing! :eek:
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