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  Not necessarily.
  Posted by: magooch on Sep-29-12 11:28 AM (EST)
 

Scratches and dents are not inevitable on poly boats, or any others for that matter. I've owned plastic boats for years and they still look like brand new. As a matter of fact, the two poly boats I still have are better than when they were brand new. I've made some fairly minor modifications and most of all, I've always stored, transported and handled these boats with loving care. I treat them exactly the same as my composites. Yes, they are pampered; that's just the way I am. And my boats assuredly have more miles on them than most.

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