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Last edited by 2FORCEFULL; 05-11-2009 at 05:57 PM.
yeah man, they took my bid and I just towed it home. I got a great deal and I'm pretty sure it was one of the ones you were after.
Yep.... $10k out the door.. Now I just gotta install that 575 SC tha tI picked up for $10k, and I'm good to go....
My buddy went down there Saturday and said the place was empty (of people). So I don't think there was anyone lining up to get theirs this weekend??
Chris - http://youtube.com/watch?v=E8W-Y3AF2Qk"dude, there was a huge beaver in the cove and I saw it in my underwear!"
I bid on two..... not even any replies....
Im getting to think is BS.
Last edited by JBJ; 04-20-2009 at 06:20 PM.
I went down to Long Beach Yacht both saturday and sunday frank is the guy i talked too and he made perfect sense.. long beach yacht has been and always will be a repo remarkerter the only one that can sell a boat is the court appointed reciever. key has nothing to do with it they get the money once the reciever takes his cut (the only one that makes monye is the reciever) i put in a bid and he was very accomadating. he had a whole stack of bids most of them were low ballers i bid on a 28 sceptor and the only other bid was for 20k.. 2 years ago this boat was sold for 125- 140 with a 525 and Xr i put in a very reasonable bid and if i get it so be it.. if not good luck to long beach sales all they had there other than magic was a bunch of repo junk. i hear the owner of long beach is in havasu all this week they offered a 525 with an xr drive for 45k is that reasonable? just curious