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Love this boat; and ah...the setting. Is it really as nice as it looks.
It should never be moved from here but I do wonder what it would cost to move to Lake Keowee SC. Hard to find such an original example.

Yes it is California Aye.....



A Dopo said:

Love this boat; and ah...the setting. Is it really as nice as it looks.

I checked on shipping when Oscar first listed that beauty.  The quote that I got was $12k to deliver to DC.

A Dopo said:

It should never be moved from here but I do wonder what it would cost to move to Lake Keowee SC. Hard to find such an original example.

Hey A. Dopo.  I would certainly want to see more about this one.... Original is real good if cared for.

Click on Craigslist link below picture

Paul Cavenaugh said:

Hey A. Dopo.  I would certainly want to see more about this one.... Original is real good if cared for.

Thanks Oscar.  I didn't notice the link at first.  WOW...What a nice looking 38!

Thanks 

Paul Cavenaugh said:

Thanks Oscar.  I didn't notice the link at first.  WOW...What a nice looking 38!

I figured 16 k , 12 k is not a bad price , and Quest is beautiful but I’m sure there’s a nice 38 in the east for a similar price , or less .

Robert A Kuttner said:

I checked on shipping when Oscar first listed that beauty.  The quote that I got was $12k to deliver to DC.

A Dopo said:

It should never be moved from here but I do wonder what it would cost to move to Lake Keowee SC. Hard to find such an original example.

Yes, needs to stay there for several reasons. What a great place to crash as well. Go price some real estate out there.

If you had to live out there, a boat would be the only housing solution for sure.

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