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    1. kybishop
      Thanks. I enjoy the cuddy quite a bit and really like to old Searay lines, fun boat. We live in Frankfort but keep the boats down on Dale Hollow Lake. Very nice lake, worth the drive.

      I have not been on the forum in quite a while so I just now saw your message. I will give you a shout if we make it up to the river.

    2. CoralReefer
      Thanks man. I found a 270 but passed on it. Too far away. Was a great deal...almost too good. I've been burnt on a couple before for not surveying. I really still want a 300 or early 90's 290++. Let me know if you know anybody interested in my 250. I'd still sell for the right price. Pretty firm on the $12500 with trailer but would sell the boat for $9000 without trailer.
    3. CoralReefer
      I corresponded with the owner and was going to take a look and then I got hit with all kinds of curve balls this past week from work, weather, family, etc. I'm going to try to go look soon if still available.
    4. 88dancer300
      I have the same problem...... Maroon ford Escape, and the wife has a maroon Acura. Totally by chance. Go figure.
    5. 88dancer300
      Boy, thats a pretty good looking rig you have there as well. Although, I am partial to the color combination.
    6. 88dancer300
      Thanx man. This is our 3rd searay in this color combination. Ive been looking for this boat to restore for 5 years. Had to travel to Lake Erie to find it.
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    Ohio River Louisville, KY
    Boat Info:
    1987 Sea Ray 300 Weekender
    7th Sea Ray in family since 1976
    Boat Brand:
    Sea Ray
    twin 260 HP Mercruiser Inboards


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