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    For Sail

    FOR SAIL Water bufalo. 7 years-old. Alway sick, never work, alway need operation. Never work hard enough, eat too much. Work no good.5,000B or best offer. Call mother of Nok, 96 Moo 3, BuriRam.

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    How much sail area does he carry and what is his rig, Sloop or cutter??

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    Hydrodynamic properties of a Kwai should be better than those of a Chang so I'd say go for it.

    Length to Beam ratio maybe not so great.

    Suggest maybe a junk rig conversion

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    What about a conversion to power??


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    Looks like fun Blackgang.

    I used to do that to frogs when I was 11 using a straw.

    A stick of TNT and a buffalo is raising the stakes significantly

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    Quote Originally Posted by keda View Post
    FOR SAIL Water bufalo. 7 years-old. Alway sick, never work, alway need operation. Never work hard enough, eat too much. Work no good.5,000B or best offer. Call mother of Nok, 96 Moo 3, BuriRam.


    This is my best offer...

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    Walk it down to Sukumvit and sell it to a tourist.

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    I once met a couple of expats who claimed to buy an elephant in BKK for 400 dollars one night. At the end of the night they had no idea what to do with it so they sold it back to the original owner for 300 dollars.

    Sounder like lies to me but you never know.

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