Re: Looking for Porta-bote
- Hi Joel!<br><br>I stumbled across this ad while
looking for a porta-bote myself. The combination of
shipping charges and base price makes it "not a good deal"
for me. However, if it is local to you, it could save
youy a few hundred dollars off the price of a new
one.<br><br>"1995 portaboat 12 ft., 12 feet, folds flat and set up
time 10 minutes by one person single outboard engines,
fiberglass hull, $750.00, (817) 346-2635 Location:
Ft.-worth, TX"<br><br>Good Luck. Let me know how it comes
out, and if anyone sees a good deal on one in the
Southeastern US, let me know.<br><br>Mike<br>no1g8r@...
- Hi. Have a look at the pictures I have posted at top of second page in the picture file. If you are looking for another idea re. porta dolly, it may be of some help.
--- In PortaBote@yahoogroups.com, "polishprinz" <cedarranch@...> wrote:
> hi ... dolly you made, any plan ?
> --- In PortaBote@yahoogroups.com, grande832001 wrote:
> > I have solution to your problem and you buy and make it in about 2hrs you will never use anything else to launch and retrieve again. All part at home depot