First one: definitely mockable. That's one for the dumpster.
A Red Green Nuke?Nicolations said:I've been scraping the glowy stuff off watch faces for 17 years and, as we speak, am assembling a pressurized nuclear reactor in my basement laboratory, using a coffee percolator, duct tape, and Red-Blooded American know-how!
Take that we're-gonna-need-another-deposit power company!
Power to the People!
First one is beyond mocking. I wonder how much they want for the location they're selling?
The first one... I think if you showed the photos to 100 random people on the street, less than 20% would guess that it's a boat. Seriously mockable. Makes me wonder if there's a body wrapped up in there, they think it's going to be the perfect crime.First one: definitely mockable. That's one for the dumpster.
Second one: Nice boat but I'm pretty sure Mr. Perry won't claim it as his. Mildly mockable.
That wood could be run through a planer and it would mostly look like new. At todays price for colourless teak, I'd disassemble it and store it if I had the space.All the teak firewood you could want for a buck.
Different strokes for different folks I guess. I have run a few of those and with the right horsepower they are awesome boats. Handle great and tons of room for such a small boatNot on craigslist but mockable that after failing to sell there they then list it as a 25-30ft multihull sailboat in Australia !
Oh my eyeballs are stinging.