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Old 10-11-2017, 09:35 PM   #1
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Old 10-11-2017, 09:54 PM   #2
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Put a bow thruster in it and call it a day.
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Put a bow thruster in it and call it a day.
Take all the good things and torch it !
Sweep up the left over ashes and in the bin and start again !!
Looking very very closely at some of the photos the hull was about to disintegrate totally any way !
Core not stuck properly when it was made !! delamination that's happened some time ago!! its not recent !! Id say that boats had a hard fast life !!
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Yikes!
Is that damage from a run in with another boat, or hurricane related? Or both?
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Hahaha as you flip through pictures you start to get intrigued and then they show the other side of boat and BAM
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I’m guessing he came into the dock A little hot
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Damn, so much for being invincible..
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$20k for glass work? Someone will get a deal. Doesn't look like the console was under. Resale would be an issue though.
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meh, I'd run her at least another season.
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Well the core didn't look bonded anyways. Patcher-up.
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Rub some dirt on it. Get her back on the water. Bring dinghy just in case.
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Well the core didn't look bonded anyways. Patcher-up.
who ever made that boat sure didn't make a very good job like iv'e said already it was falling apart way before the hurricane finished with it !!
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Take all the good things and torch it !
Sweep up the left over ashes and in the bin and start again !!
Looking very very closely at some of the photos the hull was about to disintegrate totally any way !
Core not stuck properly when it was made !! delamination that's happened some time ago!! its not recent !! Id say that boats had a hard fast life !!
yea...I noticed that. I want someone in the industry to describe the core, and if that is how it should look.
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I am surprised the bow is still attached after seeing that other picture.

That Sunsations that hit the steel pole is also listed on Coopers.

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Hahaha as you flip through pictures you start to get intrigued and then they show the other side of boat and BAM
My reaction exactly
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who ever made that boat sure didn't make a very good job like iv'e said already it was falling apart way before the hurricane finished with it !!
So you’re saying that Invincible didn’t build that boat properly?
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$20k for glass work? Someone will get a deal. Doesn't look like the console was under. Resale would be an issue though.
If you are talking about paying somebody to do the work, $20K ain't even going to touch that repair. Beyond the visible damage, there is going to be a lot of hidden damage. The core and glass will have delaminated/fractured far beyond the area you see.

Boat is trash.
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If you are talking about paying somebody to do the work, $20K ain't even going to touch that repair. Beyond the visible damage, there is going to be a lot of hidden damage. The core and glass will have delaminated/fractured far beyond the area you see.

Boat is trash.
Thanks! I withdrew my bid.
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