53ft Samson c-lord, f-cement

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  1. charlesakeem
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    charlesakeem Junior Member

    http://www.hartley-boats.com/clord.html
    Not sure if this is the right forum for this

    But what do you guys know about the c-lord.
    Any opinions on it, have you guys seen one around before been on one etc.

    I See what appears to be the same c-lord on California craigslist.
    For 2,000 dollars they usually say its currently floating
     
  2. Zappi
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    Zappi Senior Member

    If you're looking to purchase this particular CL boat... I recall this boat having been advertised occasionally for nearly the last year. Almost every time its been posted there has been a following post saying... "This boat has been sold already, if you purchase this boat you will have a lawsuit on your hands."
    Not sure what all that means but it sounded like someone keeps selling it and collecting money when really the boat isnt even his to sell.
    Hope that helps.
    Aaron
     
  3. jobberone
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    jobberone New Member

    Yeah watch out for craigslist. I answered an ad for a Honda for my ex-wife (don't ask) in her locale. Ok the car is in Alaska owned by a Master Sargent who will transport it to me for free. I've been in the service and this didn't sound too bizarre to me esp since he was working as a cargomaster.

    After awhile I got a little paranoid and asked for a phone number to call him. Never another email after a week of them back and forth. Be careful out there. All sorts of scams.
     

  4. Zappi
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    Zappi Senior Member

    Free delivery for anything worth value on Craigslist is 100% scammer most likely overseas.
     
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