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    #16
    Pau Hana wrote:
    Don't go there!!!!!
    If you look around the country, there are a lot of mysterious fires at marinas.

    My buddy in Florida tells me there are a lot of "accidental" truck launchings there.

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      #17
      Does one really want to expose onesself to the misery of the claims cattle prod?

      In the market, claims are examined extremely closely for any hint of fraud....

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        #18
        Pau Hana wrote:
        Does one really want to expose onesself to the misery of the claims cattle prod?

        In the market, claims are examined extremely closely for any hint of fraud....
        +1. The first thing the IBC of Canada recommends on a total loss is a credit check of the insured. The stats that they produce is shocking, funny and scary. Insurance companies are great on stats as you well know.

        Ken
        300SD all options sold.

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          #19
          I received my first offer on trade of $25K

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            #20
            Iproff wrote:
            +1. The first thing the IBC of Canada recommends on a total loss is a credit check of the insured. The stats that they produce is shocking, funny and scary. Insurance companies are great on stats as you well know.

            Ken
            Indeed.

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              #21
              tleavit wrote:
              I received my first offer on trade of $25K
              Push harder.

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                #22
                tleavit wrote:
                I received my first offer on trade of $25K
                I'll give you $26k.

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                  #23
                  It's a crummy situation to be in, but that's what happens when you try to trade/sell something only a few years old. Especially if you have one of them 10year boat loans. You won't have "equity" in the boat probaly until the boat is paid off.

                  I know how you feel though, I bought a house in Arizona back in 2007 for $315k, job relocation required me to sell it in 2010. It sold for $132k. I put $60k cash down on the house so I wouldn't have to pay pmi, all gone. But, at least I was able to shortsale it, can't do that on boats. You won't lose as much as I did though.

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