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ikslud

03 Alumacraft TP Tiller 170/ 04 Yamaha 60hp 2 str $9500 *DELETED*

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Well I Would love to buy this boat but I have to loose some very unwanted and unhealthy pounds first. Those dang promises you make with your wife. It is a great boat that would work for me, it is What I'm looking for. Good luck!

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While i'm Working on my wife to adjust my promise, wink.gifLet me ask.. why are you selling it?

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Hey littlebrod, sorry I sold the boat today. Now you will have a little time to trim down until the next good deal comes along. Good luck to you. I need to drop a few dozen lbs too. Maybe tomorrow. smile.gif

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