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    My 1977 23' Sleekcraft Executive Daycruiser was stolen from storage some time last week near B&W resort off Hwy 12. Tag numbers are CF 2547 HP, Trailer license number 4BL3108. Please contact me via email at [email protected] if you have any info!!!! Thanks...
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    I have the same boat, a little newer. I didn't know these were a hot commodity. I hope you get it back.

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    sorry to hear this, hope they catch the prick who stole it. dam thieves should be shot on sight. that boat should stand out in a crowd, definatley unique. ill keep my eyes peeled

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    ill keep my eyes peeled as i drive hwy 12 and 80 everyday, whats some of the goodies that were on board, engine/ drive, stereo stuff...ect anything like that in case it pops up for sale


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    Quote Originally Posted by 707DOG View Post
    ill keep my eyes peeled as i drive hwy 12 and 80 everyday, whats some of the goodies that were on board, engine/ drive, stereo stuff...ect anything like that in case it pops up for sale
    Nothing fancy... 350 small block chevy with an Edelbrock 4 barrel carb with mechanical secondaries, outdrive was a basic Volvo-Penta 280. No permanent radio installed, just a portable Sirius boombox. Thanks!!!!!

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    I just read on another forum that the boat was found about 20 miles from where it was stolen. Is this true? Was it unmolested?

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    FOUND!!!!!! I received an email from a good samaritan who saw 'a boat' parked in a closed down Starbucks parking lot for the last couple of weeks. On Tuesday she decided to get the license plate number of the trailer and google it and up came one of my 'Stolen Boat' posts!!!! She sent me an email Tuesday evening stating that she knew where my boat was. I called her and got all of the pertinent info and thanked her profusely. I hopped in my truck and made the 5 hr drive from southern to Northern California. Sure enough, there was my boat, sitting on the trailer in a Starbucks parking lot!!!! hahahaha The cuddy cabin had stuff strewn about like a couple of bums/tweakers had gone through it. The only thing missing was my Sirius radio boom box, everything else appears intact. What Luck!!! My faith in mankind has been restored :-) And thank God for the Internet ;-)

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    awesome news! glad to see there is some people that give a shit left in this country. congrats! most of these situations don't turn out as well as this did.

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