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Old 12-28-2004, 09:44 AM   #1
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May be selling my Land Yacht

Oh, I've had alot of fun with the Land Yacht, but I'm thinking of buying a Cutter. I know I'm crazy, but I've run out of things to do on the Yacht.

I've made a bunch of upgrades in the last year which include.
1.Banks exhasut System - lots more power & better milage too.
2. Heavy Bilstiens shocks and steering stabilizer - better ride, doesn't wander all over the road anymore.
3. Heavy front and rear sway bars - trucks don't blow you around and it doesn't lean as much in corners. Actually I've only driven it with the heavy front bar, and I liked the improvement, so today while it's being serviced I'm having the rear bar installed. I'll know tonight how much improvement that made.
4. New sterio w/ CD player and speakers - gota have your tunes
5. New tires - including new spare tire.
6 New brakes, plug wires, hoses, belts, bell cranks, carrier bairings and u-joints
7. New mattress, brass drawer pulls.
8. All fulids changed, Modil 1 motor oil. Radiator and brake system flushed.
9. All systems work properly
10. Except for co-pilots seat needing lean back & swivle cables reattached I don't know of anything that's not in great condition.

So If you, or anyone you know might be interested I'd rather sell it to someone who will take care of it and enjoy it. For questions or pictures just email me.
Thanks
Don
PS: it's a 93 Land Yacht 33' long with 57k miles, looks as nice as it drives.
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Old 12-28-2004, 11:19 AM   #2
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So the $64,000 questions is: What will the Cutter do that your Land Yacht doesn't? Why sell something that is fully operational?
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Old 12-28-2004, 11:55 AM   #3
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Old 12-28-2004, 12:09 PM   #4
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So the $64,000 questions is: What will the Cutter do that your Land Yacht doesn't? Why sell something that is fully operational?
Boy Fred that's a good question.
What attracts me to the Cutter is.
It' a 300hp Cat DP, w/1 slide, a little newer systems, etc.
It's been stored inside so looks nice.
I could see this being the one to keep for the rest of my life.
It wouldn't be to big, but have the power *and brakes* to pull a trailer up/down mountians, etc.

This is a tuff decission. Making it harder is one of my friends said "hell just go for it, you only live once, so live like it" and she's a pretty smart lady.

So you see my dilemma
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