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    Default Another CL boat

    http://inlandempire.craigslist.org/boa/1266936918.html

    AS you can tell I'm getting a little more active in my search.

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    I'm gonna call him now, looks pretty sweet. I love these older elim hulls.
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    it has an Olds in it........

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    Quote Originally Posted by Futs View Post
    it has an Olds in it........
    To good to be true huh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wanna_be_CP View Post
    http://inlandempire.craigslist.org/boa/1266936918.html

    AS you can tell I'm getting a little more active in my search.
    he's had it on CL for sometime now...

    Quote Originally Posted by Wanna_be_CP View Post
    To good to be true huh?
    old's are good, but you either have to know how to work on them, or know someone who does. the parts are more expensive then the common chevy. you could find parts for chevy's anywhere. imo, i'd stick with a boat with a chevy motor, because most of the guys here can help with the problems. its all up to you though.
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    I'ts been on and off CL for a LONG time!!

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    He's a f*ckin liar then! I called him and he told me that he was losing his job and thought it was a dumb move on his part to buy the boat. So now it's time to sell it. And there is only 45min on that junkyard Olds with Autozone valve covers and a ebay manifold.

    So I tell him I MUST test on the water BEFORE anything goes down. (just to see what he would say) He says well it's got open headers and that's not legal at the lakes around so cal. I told him how about lake smellsomore. He said I don't think it's legal there also.

    It's gonna be on CL for a long time to come!
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    If it is not legal on lakes in so cal then where did he use it??? Dumb ass. I can't stand liars.
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    Found this on CL-San Diego. An Olds with NOS? Crazy Olds guys!
    http://sandiego.craigslist.org/esd/boa/1261520546.html

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    I saw that boat also but it has a Olds.
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    Quote Originally Posted by advantage21 View Post
    I saw that boat also but it has a Olds.
    I was just surprised to see an Olds built up like that.
    Wander what she runs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by n8dawg View Post
    Found this on CL-San Diego. An Olds with NOS? Crazy Olds guys!
    http://sandiego.craigslist.org/esd/boa/1261520546.html
    I want to say it is well into the 80s. If you call him or e-mail, he will tell you the # and be able to prove it. I know Aaron and he used to run with us at the lake all the time. It runs good and is a clean boat. He definately did he research on this boat (SOme with parts dammage research) And came up with a great combo. He has a lot of money in this boat and would not change motors for some reason. The owner is a good guy as is strait up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by moneysucker View Post
    I want to say it is well into the 80s. If you call him or e-mail, he will tell you the # and be able to prove it. I know Aaron and he used to run with us at the lake all the time. It runs good and is a clean boat. He definately did he research on this boat (SOme with parts dammage research) And came up with a great combo. He has a lot of money in this boat and would not change motors for some reason. The owner is a good guy as is strait up.

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    Pretty cool to see an Olds out there making some decent power!
    Is that a tunnel hull?

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