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Old 27 October 2004, 14:01   #21
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Old 27 October 2004, 14:47   #22
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THE WORDS "UP" "BREWERY" AND "PISS" SPRING TO MIND

Na, ....only one word..."Jacka-fkkn-nory"
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Old 27 October 2004, 15:12   #23
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PS If you are interested is for sale Euro 45,000.00 plus Euro 1,800.00 delivery UK anywhere. Not exactly what I wanted I'm affraid
What? You're selling it already?

But you've only just got it. What was wrong with it?

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Old 27 October 2004, 15:15   #24
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Sorry to disappoint you Alan. The boat is in Greece and I'm in the UK.
I think we would all have been disapointed if you'd have had a photo, coz that would have gone some way to proving that you actually own this one. But true to form, it's looking like a figment of your very vivid imagination once again!

It does amaze me at times that for some one who posts as many photo's as you do, we only ever get to see the sad old family Falcon!
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Old 27 October 2004, 15:24   #25
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Old 27 October 2004, 15:26   #26
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Is nothing wrong with the boat John but the family doesn't like it.

We need more space on the boat and although this one is huge compared with the Falcon we need a little bit more.
Also I cannot (could not) seem to be able to rectify this up and down thing this boat has (proposing you call it or something like that) moved the engine down and up but nothing seemed to work ........... and therefore, we made the decision to sell it and get something a little bit bigger (up to 9 mtrs max) with a tent in the front.
Any one's interested?
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Old 27 October 2004, 15:29   #27
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So you're telling us, that your constant deadrise foulcon runs nice n level in pitch at all time, but your new highly warped deadrise Scorpion suffers from porpoising!

poppycock!

I'm lost for words Manos.

You need to take a reality check!
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Old 27 October 2004, 15:55   #28
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Check the nut behind the steering wheel
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Old 27 October 2004, 15:59   #29
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Yes, it's loose and it shouldn't be!
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