not sure what I'm going to do at this point

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  1. Boston

    Boston Previous Member

    well I get to at least deal with this guy in Oregon

    he's trying to say the church rejected my offer which is pure bunk
    He should be saying that I accepted there's and in writing as well as sent a check, then a week later they sold my boat to someone else.

    guy sent me a letter and sounds like isn't remembering things quite straight

    fun eh

    should get interesting
     
  2. Angélique
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  3. wardd
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    how can they reject their own offer?
     
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    ...omg....
     
  6. Boston

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    Well that's half the problem is I sit around drink in beer all day

    Ild rather be building something
     
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  8. Boston

    Boston Previous Member

    My point exactly

    And I have it in writing
     
  9. Angélique
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    Well Hoyt, the ability to google fast is not a substitute for solid education. So to get the latter is why I hang around in these forums. But I should stay a little bit out of the 'Open Discussion Forums' there is much more to learn in the others..!! I lurk there though . . :)

    Thanks Guys..!!

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  10. Boston

    Boston Previous Member

    Nah thank you those pictures were great
     
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    Turn this...............
    http://www.thehulltruth.com/boating...-up-some-picts-unusual-crafts-youve-seen.html
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    Into this:
    http://www.mathesbrierre.com/projects/international.html#hovercraft
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    http://www.go-dove.com/event-14743/...hovercraft-for-transporting-passengers-and-fi
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    Just missed the bid:
    Price:
    $50,000.00

    Textron C7 made around 2000 30'x60'
    http://motors.upillar.com/listings/98404-textron-hovercraft http:/
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    ...............................................

    Or finish up an SES......................
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    Searching and finding info is very basic,as is the fact to find that rough Elco was sold in 2006..

    If you find a picture,do a properties search on it.Often a web site is in the code.

    The only problem with Elco is it happens to be a slang term for the Chev El Camino....so one gets a ton of returns.

    That Blanch..one of them is in Seattle, named of Mer-Na .


    Google : Lake Union Dreamboat

    This is one that you can live in comfortably,and take out people...and as it's been for sale for 3 years it's $13k.

    Its a tempting piece but I have no time or space for it.
    Pix and video.
    http://www.iboats.com/sites/portlan...33.html?listing_page=listing_sum_index_1.html


    I'd say roll in there with $9k in cash..
     
  13. Boston

    Boston Previous Member

    Ya I've seen that one and its really in rough shape as I remember
    the net is giving me trouble and nothing much is loading for some reason so its tough for me to take another look at the moment

    I might just take a break from looking for a while as suggested
     
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    SamSam Senior Member

    I think you might have to go back in time also. That was featured in the Winter 2006 edition.
     

  15. Boston

    Boston Previous Member

    ya I got all ahead of myself when I saw that thing

    turns out its sold and has been for a while although why that fact was not mentioned in glowing neon letters on any of the pages I found it is kinda a mystery
     
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