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    Default Glen does this offer still stand?

    If so Ill take one of each thanks !

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    Found this ad in a 1985 Alaska magazine I found in my crawlspace this weekend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bsj425 View Post
    If so Ill take one of each thanks !

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    Those were the days. How about this deal...




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    Quote Originally Posted by Glen Wooldridge View Post
    Those were the days. How about this deal...



    Hello Glen, Yea those "WERE THE DAYS" the 4th of July Rogue River Boat Races, and all the Beer one could drink---
    I remember getting one of these Brochures at your shop in Grants Pass, on Lower River road I think-???.
    I'm trying to remember, but i think it was a friend of ours, Delmer Terry that took us over to your shop, maybe you guys were friends.
    Anyway,,,,sure brought back some "GOOD TIME" memories. And I've still got that Brochure at my parents house.
    Take Care;
    The German

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    German, I don't remember Terry, my Dad might. On the 1985 Alaskan Magazine ad what I do remember is when inboards went over the $10,000.00 price. We got a call today from Marita with a question about a 1978 boat. We looked up the serial number and found out it was one I had built for myself. If this boat is the one I think it is I sold it to Wayne Lyman who I meet at the Seattle King Dome boat show in 1979. I sold him the boat for $10,000.00. It was a 18 ft. with a 350 Old's and a 3 stage jet. Wayne owned Wayne's Meat Market in Anchorage and did a lot of wild game processing. We became very good friends and he later had us build a 21 ft. with a 454. Wayne died some years ago, I owe him a lot and still think of him. One of his meat market hat's has a spot on my desk. Glen

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