I believe you Barrelback. What I'm suggesting we protect ourselves against are non members. Maybe a better threshold posting count would be 5 or 10 posts. I guess that would mean that looking in but not signing on from work would make some listings invisible to you though.
If it was a member, it's probably an infrequent user..... The one who contacted me, didn't see my posts about it until after speaking to the seller.
As long as they don't end up recycled into beer cans or never to be seen again, I'm OK that someone else buys any that I post here. In fact, that's sort of my hope when I do post them here......
Just please USE the boats, 'register' the info and post pix so that any info can be useful to others later. They were around before I was, and I'd like to think as many as possibly can will be around long after I'm gone.......
Anybody see the 17ft Feathercraft for sale in Las Vegas, w// sleeping area in the bow??
Nice 17'double hull aluminum Feathercraft fishing/ski boat. Riveted and virtually unsinkable! 75HP electric start Johnson with a 3HP SeaKing trolling motor. Ski pull rope and new seat cushions. Want it out of my garage.$2500 or B/O. Serious inquiries only. I pulled this boat from a lake in Idaho and brought it here Nice little sleeping area in bow. Drained all the fuel Call Tom at 830-xxxx. Cash, money order or money gram only! This is a nice older starter boat.
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Dan, you may be right, but after speaking to the seller @ the $600 Vagabond2, I suspect he got a higher offer from someone (my real belief) or really did sell it to a buddy. But it wasn't a higher offer from the member who contacted me about it.
There are 2 Michigan members hunting Vagabonds. 1 would probably take either, the other definitely wants a Vagabond1
AkshunJebus wrote: It is likely that many, if not most, of the guests online at any given time are spam bots and search engine spiders... of course many will be legitimate guests as well.
Yep for sure lots of them are bots.
Bots looking for stuff like what we are listing for sale for all the world to see!
For instance the seller googles FeatherCraft and finds his ship listed and us all excited about it so his brother suddenly wants it. (Just a wild ass guess as to what happened to the $600.00 Vagabond a few days ago.)