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Looks like it wa quite the project 25 Jan 2010 05:44 #1

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http://chicago.craigslist.org/chc/boa/1566469059.html

They should provide more pics, looks like it may be amazing.

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Looks like it wa quite the project 25 Jan 2010 17:24 #2

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i'm skeptical. very skeptical. :cool:

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Looks like it wa quite the project 25 Jan 2010 17:34 #3

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cullyJ;410093 wrote: i'm skeptical. very skeptical. :cool:


Download_Complete should head out and take some pics :)

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Looks like it wa quite the project 25 Jan 2010 17:41 #4

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ishiboo;410098 wrote: Download_Complete should head out and take some pics :)


I'd be happy to! But his problem is I can go out and buy a newer 3055 for what he's asking for a nearly 30 year old boat, refit or not.

Unless it was FordM caliber, I just don't see it happening.

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Looks like it wa quite the project 25 Jan 2010 17:50 #5

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Download_Complete;410102 wrote: I'd be happy to! But his problem is I can go out and buy a newer 3055 for what he's asking for a nearly 30 year old boat, refit or not.

Unless it was FordM caliber, I just don't see it happening.


I know, I'm not interested in buying the boat, just curious to see what was all done. I don't think there are many restorations of an early 80s Bayliner out there done to that extent, at least not ones that turned out professionally :)

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Looks like it wa quite the project 27 Jan 2010 04:31 #6

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I think DC hit it.
Even with all else said and done, the boat is still 30 years old. Take your $$$ and invest in something that has some newer tech in it. Ever tried to sell something 30 years old??? There's a reason why people aren't too interested.

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