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    Anyone want a 21 yr old Seadoo thats never been in the water?

    http://evansville.craigslist.org/bpo/5778710854.html

    A Brand new 1995 Seadoo HX - $3500

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    Amazing!!!!

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    Wow!

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    Wow i wonder the story on it? Sat on dealer floor forever and never was sold? I notice you are a fairly new member. Is it yours? Do you know the story? My biggest question would be how it was stored for all the years as even watercraft that sit for long periods grow rust in places we would be suprised at. My RXX was only a 3 year leftover and had rust in it.

    just amazing find. IMO NOT at all a bad price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Water4fire View Post
    " I notice you are a fairly new member. Is it yours? Do you know the story?"
    I'm not a new member (Joined 2011 = 6 post) I just don't post much Maybe I should get an award for the almost a 1 post a year average since joining this forum.

    Anybody else got that beat ?

    No really I lurk mostly while I'm an avid seadoo fan currently owning 3 of them as I write this my 09 Wake 155 needs a motor. So I was browsing craigslist when I ran across that ad. It's in my state and I was in disbelief that something like this could actually exist but who knows.

    I bought 2 new 97 SPX's in late 1999 from a dealer that had went out of business and they were from the previous business owners inventory. I got a smoking deal on them and surprisingly never had an issue with either one of them. In this case I can't imagine how this came to be. I'm tempted to call and find out who knows

    I posted it up because I thought if it is what they say it is how rare is that ? And I too think it's a good buy. And a unusual rare find - One worth sharing

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    Wow great find. Almost a shame to put it in the water now.

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    It's a few hours from my house !

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    I would probably buy the dam thing if it was a few hours away, so im glad its not.

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    That's a cool find..
    It's just like another story I read on the weekend of a 1985 IROC Z/28 Camaro (blk/blk) that was pulled out of an enclosed trailer with only 9 5 miles on it.
    The new owner has it on display in his showroom and said it will not hit 10 miles as long as he owns it, all the interior shipping plastic is still in place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 11c View Post
    That's a cool find..
    It's just like another story I read on the weekend of a 1985 IROC Z/28 Camaro (blk/blk) that was pulled out of an enclosed trailer with only 9 5 miles on it.
    The new owner has it on display in his showroom and said it will not hit 10 miles as long as he owns it, all the interior shipping plastic is still in place.
    I understand an 85 IROC has a sentimental attraction to some, but they were shit cars with junk 305 motors. The entire 80's were transition period and when the return of muscle car started up again. Detroit did a lot of wrong things but a handful were actually pretty good (ie. foxbody notch-backs).

    Here is the car mentioned:

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