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Phillbo

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Here is my ole 50 ft Gibson Houseboat. Powered by two 7.4 Crusader Engines. Had so many parties on this boat. I loved it. I sold it in 2013. Owned it for 7 boating seasons.

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Phillbo

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LOL.. It appears every marina has a Sotally Tober ... there are 3 in mine...



Bow Riding- the Girlfriend loves to do it in the canyons. It's illegal so I only let her ride the bow when off season and we own the lake. The Rangers never leave the doc. Hence the reason she is decked out like the Michelin Man:

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She was an 87 Gibson. We bought her in 2007. 50k So nice. went to house boat show in Louisville to see what the new onces looked liked. Most were lake boats. Underpowered for the river. Still 300k even in 2008. One like what we had were over 500k :eek: 10 times more than we paid but we had just as much or more fun on that ole girl. in the 80's they put a lot of wood on em and I loved it.
 

Denny

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She was an 87 Gibson. We bought her in 2007. 50k So nice. went to house boat show in Louisville to see what the new onces looked liked. Most were lake boats. Underpowered for the river. Still 300k even in 2008. One like what we had were over 500k :eek: 10 times more than we paid but we had just as much or more fun on that ole girl. in the 80's they put a lot of wood on em and I loved it.
The 80's was a good era for anything that floated, they all had class and identity.
And lots of wood.:) Denny.
 

Denny

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I had a 38' Choy Lee sloop with all teak decks.. NEVER AGAIN!!

Lived on it for 7 years and it was a LOT of work.View attachment 844
The thing with teak is it is either a nice rich brown, or a dull gray and sometimes something in between.
By the way, she looks very pretty all dressed up in her brown teak. I have the good fortune of being able to board a lot of boats and from what I can see, she is one fine lady. I love the interior of sail boats, all wood from stem to stern.
Where were you at when you lived on her, that back ground looks like it is east of the Mississippi. Denny.
 
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