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Thread: 1932 Pristine Stonington Dragger for sale

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    Default 1932 Pristine Stonington Dragger for sale

    "Virginia Marise" has been completely restored to perfect usable condition. She is powered by a 120 hp naturally aspirated Detroit diesel (motor and gear were rebuilt two years ago). Full modern electronics (chartplotter, fishfinder, vhf, radar, etc) all in ready condition. More than 120K was spent, due to death she will be sold for half. Will show at any time (Stonington, CT).

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    Default Didn't know

    Sorry, I'm new to this, will contact the mag for an ad. I'm trying to help out the family of a dead friend, regards, CC>

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    Sorry about your friend; best of luck selling the boat.

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    Many of us make the mistake of posting items for sale here -- once.

    I highly recommend putting the info and at the very least some photos of the boat online -- if you can make webpages, do one for the boat with all the contact info on it. Post that link to Craigslist and other commercial for-sale services.
    "The enemies of reason have a certain blind look."
    Doctor Jacquin to Lieutenant D'Hubert, in Ridley Scott's first major film _The Duellists_.

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    You might also consider National Fisherman, Working Waterfront and Maine Coastal News (?) as places to advertise, if you haven't already. Good luck.
    "Now and then we had a hope that if we lived and were good, God would permit us to be pirates." ~ Mark Twain


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    Default Dragger ad

    Thanks again for the heads up, will be advertizing on the other venues also. Here's the Woodenboat link with one pic, regards, CC. http://classifieds.woodenboats4sale.com/?1500B50

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    Wow, you people and your boats make me scream of jealousy.
    Cheers,

    Brad Holderman
    Carpenter
    SV Cloudia 1934

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    The bow pulpit looks more like that of a swordfisherman to me .

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    It's not your boat, it should be okay to refer to the link anyway...

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