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Look at what I just took in trade

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  • Look at what I just took in trade

    Mid 70's Starcraft with a Force 120. Last sticker was from 2008.










    I tried to contain myself...but I escaped!

    Scott & Roxanne
    1989 Carver Santego 30
    Twin Merc 5.7L Alphas


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    Re: Look at what I just took in trade

    I think that Holiday appears to be in decent shape but needs a good cleaning. What are you gonna do with her?
    Sent using a tin can and a piece of string. A technological breakthrough. The tin can is a 1966 Starcraft Nassau powered by a 1966 Merc 500.

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      Re: Look at what I just took in trade

      Well, the first thing we'll probably do is see if we can make the Force run. Haven't seen a title yet. I'm pretty sure there's any number of you boat restoring crazies that would pony up for her :-)


      I tried to contain myself...but I escaped!

      Scott & Roxanne
      1989 Carver Santego 30
      Twin Merc 5.7L Alphas

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