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>> Home > Forum > For Sale/Wanted > Pro Boat USS Arleigh Burke
Pro Boat USS Arleigh Burke
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rossiter
(Seaman)





Forum Posts: 2
26th Apr 2017 15:24  
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I have a rather nice Pro Boat 44" USS Arleigh Burke destroyer.It has the accessories that could be bought separately and comes complete with a new 50amp ESC. A 7.2 NIMH battery will be included, so all you will need is a receiver and away you go. These are becoming quite rare now as they are no longer produced. Its had little use, and sails superbly. I'm open to offers as it has to go due to space required.
Collection only from Stroud in Gloucestershire, 4 miles from Jnc 13 of the M5. May be able to meet within 50 miles. Feel free to call me on 01453752333


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rolfman2000
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Forum Posts: 68
28th Apr 2017 10:45  
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A nice boat. What sort of price are you looking for? It may help to folk an idea of cost. Best wishes, Dave

rossiter
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28th Apr 2017 11:34  
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Hi, yes I guess you're right, I thought around £300 would be a sensible price?