- Aug 18, 2010
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Who knows. It had Imco tanks in it, and looks like a hurried up job, bolts and washers,etc laying around. The trippy thing was it was covered in fuel, then wiped down, from nose to tail.Looked like a nice enough boat. Probably an owner stripped abandon kind of thing.
They were probably thinking of setting it on fire and had second thoughts. That would be my only explanation as to why it would be covered in diesel fuel.Who knows. It had Imco tanks in it, and looks like a hurried up job, bolts and washers,etc laying around. The trippy thing was it was covered in fuel, then wiped down, from nose to tail.
Thieves will wipe it down with WD 40 or diesel fuel so the cops can't get prints. Chop shops do it with cars all the time.
A higher class of thieves perhaps than lowlife tweakers? the guys at least appreciate a nice boat and not destroying it to get what theywant leaves the hull to be used again......This allows them to steal it again down the road.:skullIf they wanted to burn it they wouldn't have used diesel. Finger print removal for sure.. Nuts and bolts lying around on a clean strip job with out a sawzall job seems staged to me.. Nice boat hopefully someone can get it back together and back in the water
Actually, spraying it with an oil or diesel fuel eliminates any possibility of obtaining latent prints. It's done quite often on cars.
Same boat, the 1st post is from 2015, I think they were just bumping to show it came back to lifeWait a minute, let me make sure i fallow this correctly. 2 boats, same gel, same name but one stripped closed bow and one rigged open bow for sale?
I saw the open bow being pulled back from the river memorial day full rigged behind a black f150 (pretty sure that was the truck).
But the open bow was accounted for and the closed was a strip and dump case?
Aaaaaa, ok then.
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