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    ok guys maybe the wrong place but I just sold my 75 nordic bubble. looking to buy something else. I live in portland oregon can go to vegas, cali, you get the idea.. the closer the better though. I want to spend about 5k anyone have anything??? let me know, oh and pics would be cool.. pm me if so

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    sorry should have given a bit more info, boat needs to be 18 or 19', and needs to be complete, not perfect but complete and ready to use.

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    Call Todd at TRG fiberglass. He has a Daytona Sprint turn key for about that price range. Its a purdy boat. Here's his number. 626 991 9031 If I can be of any help lemmie know.

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    We have an 18' Tarva, 460 ford, berkley jet, Nice interior,nice boat can email pics if interested $6500.00

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    i am selling this one, there are more pics in the boat spam section!
    if you are interested, call me @ 626-991-9031
    Make me an offer!
    I am outta room and time, its gotta go!
    Todd

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    sorry should have given a bit more info, boat needs to be 18 or 19', and needs to be complete, not perfect but complete and ready to use.
    Here is my 19' 460 bbf full stringers berkly 12jg droop diverter turn key ready to go 4000.00 obo 909-282-3274 Thanks Brian
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    talked to todd and am going to pick up that 18' daytona he has. very excited!! anyone know who's boat it was before todd bought it?

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    No clue but I really dig its lines. Had some pretty cool features too. It'll polish right up!

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    yeah he is going to polish it for me and repair the crack. was just wondering about the motor (i.e. internals, hours, etc..) so again if anyone knows who it belonged to let me know. is daytona made by daytona or someone else, and this is a full stringer boat right, forgot to ask

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    It is a full stringer boat if I remember right, 1 by stringers. You'll be very happy with this boat. Todd isn't the kind of guy to go after or sell junk. Enjoy!


    Oh and send us some pics once is buffed up and out on the water.


    ~Brian

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