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: Lund For Sale


Bobparsons
07-05-2001, 02:20 PM
16' side console lund ('97)
SS Rebel

40 hp 4-stroke ('99)
power trim/tilt

with trailer

Great boat for protected water but can go anywhere if conditions permit. It is a planning hull.

Very stable fishing platform.

$5250

Boat is currently in Marstons Mill

Robert Parsons
ropar@ma.ultranet.com

juro
07-05-2001, 02:34 PM
http://www.flyfishingforum.com/chronicles/boneclave2000/juros/full/landing.jpg

It's the dark blue one on the right... hmmm... let's see should I start with flowers, then maybe some furniture, then pop the question? Or should I just bring it home and say "dear! look what I bought for YOU!" No, then she could sell it... how about... quick, think quick....

Lefty
07-05-2001, 09:23 PM
It's not the one on the left. Awesome, cruising this board to find a picture of me-self standing in the water by my boat at the BONECLAVE! When's the next one?

Lefty

juro
07-10-2001, 02:44 PM
Bob -

Did you sell the lund yet?

Juro

Bobparsons
07-15-2001, 10:20 PM
Nope still have boat.

Will even let it go for $5000
that's almost like buying the motor and getting the rest for free.
Boat is currently in Marstons Mill

OH! and by the way the boat color is GREEN. Take the sunglasses off Juro. Now look see my hat is blue the boat is dark green.

Robert Parsons
ropar@ma.ultranet.com

Fishinimpossible
07-18-2001, 10:20 AM
Drip, drool, drool, drool, drool...someday I'll have one! Bob, I want that boat in a big way, but any funds that might go to that cause have been redirected to the Corian counter-top charity by my wife. Personally, burnt orange Formica counters would look beautiful to me with that boat out the kitchen window! It's a perfect boat...easy to maintain, fast enough to get you anywhere in good conditions and just big enough for two fishermen. Let me know if it's still for sale this winter!

juro
07-18-2001, 11:52 AM
Steve -

When I replied to the scout for-sale-by-owner above I had the same reaction, now that I worked my way down to this post I had to laugh at the similarities!

Someday...

Bobparsons
07-24-2001, 04:54 PM
When I bought the house in marston mills, it needed new counters in a big way. When I saw corian counter examples I was impressed and said to my wife that's what we should get. I even wanted the corian sink. I ended up with a beatiful sea pattern blue formica counter and several corian hot plates, and a new boat.

Bet I could work a way to have the lund at the boneclave for people to try out.

juro
07-24-2001, 07:09 PM
I could tow it... (seriously)

I am also thinking I should buy it, I really should. Let me ask my wife about the kitchen counters.... ;)

Bobparsons
07-25-2001, 10:18 PM
Only got one trailer plate so I figure I can tow the lund to the Mashpee ramp Saturday evening, then use the aquasport to tow the boat to the island on sunday. Or I could tow it to the child river ramp if that's where most of the claver's gear will be. We got plenty of time to work out the details.