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Old 06-03-2010, 07:13 PM
 
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How do you plan to overcome the mold and asbestos? Also are the current owners willing to sell her at a reasonable price. I only hope you suceed. Why were you unable to get her before she was sold to scrap? What was the reasons? You have what has to be one of the most interesting stories to be told yet. I have been trying to find out more on your quest since I read about it in Maritime Matters under the title Madison Queen. Please respond, all ears will be yours.

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