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Triton

1996 Mirrorcraft 15' Prostriker 40 hp *DELETED* *DELETED*

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Triton I would like to come look at this boat can you meet this weekend or next week. please call me 763-232-0294 Adam

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I know, I saw this boat relisted too. I am SO MAD at myself for not just pulling the trigger on it this weekend. mad.gif I had emailed the seller 2x on Saturday, and had to make sure it was okay by my wife to get it. I should have just bought it and made peace w/ her later. This would be a PERFECT boat for me and my soon-to-be family (we're expecting our 1st). I've been looking for something in the $1500 price range for a LONG time, and this is more boat than I had ever hoped for. I sure wouldn't have resold it right away. frown.gif It would have been a mainstay in my garage for many years!

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I missed out also, wish I would have got it I would be in it fishing tommorow. Adam

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I guess more power to the guy that took advantage of the deal, but just torques me that he's reselling it already!!!

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