Re: Dockbox Ever Been Built?
- Apparently not, but I would love to see one built. I have been sitting
on a set of plans for some time, but if I built one and powered it
with anything bigger than a 4hp outboard (and I would)I would have to
pay for boat registration as well as trailer registration on yet
another boat. Still, I would love to build one.
--- In Michalak@yahoogroups.com, "Stefan Probst" <stefan.probst@o...>
> Does anybody know whether the Dockbox has ever been built bysomebody?
> If so: any links (photos, experiences) on the web?
- hahaha! (sorry for the late response, ive been away at a school, and
they let us home on pass this weekend, prior to going to the field)
once you end your time of service, and if you are discharged with a
positive re enlistment code, you are allowed to come back into the
army, reserve, guard...or switch services if that service is taking
prior service applicants at the time
with as much as the wife would lie me to find the ghia a new home, it
stays with me. she rolls her eyes and gets impatient every time i
drive out of our way to pass the lemon lot here on ft bliss, so i can
drive by the 74 thats for sale there...
--- Chuck Leinweber <chuck@...> wrote:
> "...im planning on making a change to the navy when that comes__________________________________________________
> (dont want to
> be in the army any longer,... "
> They let you do that? Can you fit your Vector in a sea-bag? What
> about the
> Karmann Ghia? Does it need a good home?
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