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    I mentioned I would post some pics. My 27' coho. Here they are and i'm wishing this thing will be done soon!!!!! My freezer quit working while I was gone last week. I lost all my fish and vegetables so now another reason to get the boat soon.
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    Looking good. When do expect to take delivery?
    Spending my kids' inheritance with them, one adventure at a time.

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    I expect to have it this summer. Unfortunately thats as specific as I can get. I'm hoping it will be ready for prep and paint this week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by overtime View Post
    I expect to have it this summer. Unfortunately thats as specific as I can get. I'm hoping it will be ready for prep and paint this week.
    Believe me, I know what you mean. It is too bad that the experience has to be such an ass pain!
    Spending my kids' inheritance with them, one adventure at a time.

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    Looks like you still have a ways to go , Good luck .

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    Looking good. Welcome to the GC brotherhood.

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    working on the railings

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    Looking good overtime!
    The boat in the back with no cabin on it yet is mine and my dads!

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    big daddy.... didn't you guys just get this boat? if you did that is moving along quick!

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    Well we signed contract 2.5 years ago, it's moving along.
    GC boats are sure nice!

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    Well, I couldn't wait is right! I couldn't wait any longer. It has been too long waiting for a completed boat. Years have passed since the contract originated and I decided that if I wanted to continue the dream of a family cabin on the water then I would have to finish it myself and pay for everything twice . So if anyone has any advice please PM me. I could say a lot of negative things here about the journey into this situation, although everything I have to say is true so it can't possibly be slander, I will not mention them in this thread (pm me) due to the risk of deletion.. I would like to say that I am very disappointed and I just hope no one else ends up in this situation.





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    How far along were you? I stopped by the shop in March(not knowing any better) and he had a boat that looked just like the one in the picture above and he said it was for sale. Said he would have it done by May.

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    This is a sad event!
    a familiar one it seems.
    Great boats but the customer sure seem to take one heck of a wild ride to ever receive your boat you sign a contract on.

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