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Sodar
03-14-2008, 10:54 AM
A local repo lot just got in a clean 2006 X-45. The boat is mostly black, with blue stern graphics.... a really sharp looking boat! It has the MCX and the full stereo with amp. The tower did not have any speakers on it, but did have rotating board racks.

I am in no way connected or affiliated to this place, but I bought my 1996 PS 190 from them in 2003 and I got an insane deal on my old boat. Back in 2003, I purchased mine for $13k and it had 110 verified hours on the boat and sold it for $18k last year, with 520 hours.

The way this place works is, they accept offers in chronological order, so the highest bid does not win. The trick is to get an offer in first at a totally low-balled price. The bank counters you, you counter him and you get the boat for a greeat deal (Usually what the bank is owed on it). If you decide that the price does not work, there is no obligation, it goes onto the next offeree.

Anyways, what I am getting at, is if anyone is looking for a steal on an X-45, this place is the place that will give it to ya! If anyone wants me to take pictures or further evaluate the boat, let me know! I am sure in a few days, the boat will be up on the internet, but by that time I am sure offers will have already been placed on it.

skeeler
03-14-2008, 11:38 AM
When the info is online, let us know.

LKNMC
03-14-2008, 11:40 AM
show us some pics

Sodar
03-14-2008, 11:43 AM
I will get some in a couple hours...

erkoehler
03-15-2008, 12:56 AM
Well, where are the pics................pricing?

fintek9
03-15-2008, 01:23 AM
You got to understand west coast time Erk dude! It's like ah.. a little over 12 hr difference from here dude like far out!!

JohnE
03-15-2008, 07:32 AM
There is a place near me that does something similar. But it's not an auction per se. You somply make an offer and the bank accepts or rejects it. And like you said Sodar, it is usually based on what is owed. There is a 2006 Maristar 280SS there that I'd have loved to try to lowball......But I'm tapped out right now. One problem with these situations is that often the boats are repo'd because what's owed is greater than what the boat is worth. Which is why they get repo'd rather than sold.

Monte
03-15-2008, 11:08 AM
One problem with these situations is that often the boats are repo'd because what's owed is greater than what the boat is worth. Which is why they get repo'd rather than sold.

Kind of true, but the bank can take a loss. Most of the time it is due to someone in dire straights ie.. loss of job, divorce, etc running out of time and money. Now that being said, normally somebody who knows they are about to loose something is pretty darn rough on it too..

whitlecj
03-17-2008, 01:21 PM
Any info on this yet?

whitlecj
03-17-2008, 01:22 PM
Any info on this yet?

Sodar
03-17-2008, 02:25 PM
Sorry Guys. Been really busy. I promise to stop by Long Beach Yacht Sales (www.lbys.com (http://www.lbys.com)) on my way home. I just looked at their site and the boat is not up there, yet. I have not had a chance to talk to anyone about the boat, I just saw it in their lot a few nights ago when my girlfriend and I went for a bike ride.

Maybe I will call them at lunch and try to find out some more info.

Sodar
03-17-2008, 08:01 PM
Here is the low down.

The boat has 117 hours on it.

It comes with a bimini, cover, full stereo (very unusual, they normally tear them out), and all the decals are intact. A good interior clean and a good compound & wax and it is an easy $60,000 boat.

So.... The bank has done high Nada Value at $57k... Low Nada Value at $45k. The salesman is a skier and great guy. He worked on the Coors/Bud Light Pro Tour. I sat and chatted for about 20 minutes with him about skiing, boats, etc.

Right now, there are no offers on the boat. I have an offer form, if anyone is interested. There is not a deposit needed to place an offer, so there is nothing to lose. This place offers financing and insurance too.

Now for the important part. I honestly believe that an offer at or below low nada value will take this thing home... it is a buyer's market!

If anyone is really interested, Ask for Jack. His direct number is 562-431-3393 ext. 228

Here are a couple pics....
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whitlecj
03-18-2008, 08:56 AM
Wow that would be a steal for that price. Someone should definitely jump on this.

teeter
03-19-2008, 03:39 PM
The boat is up on the web site.

http://www.lbys.com/site_page_224/item_345424.html?listing_page=listing_sum_index_1. html

As much as i want to make a lowball offer i am not in at a point in my life where i can do so. Plus shipping to texas would be a pain. Great looking boat hope someone gets it at a good price and will treat it right.

wakeX2wake
03-19-2008, 03:44 PM
nice boat... can probably get it for a low price but the transom looks pretty beaten up...

Sodar
03-19-2008, 03:47 PM
nice boat... can probably get it for a low price but the transom looks pretty beaten up...

Nothing a LITTLE wetsanding would not take care of in about 5 minutes!

sand2snow22
03-19-2008, 04:25 PM
Nothing a LITTLE wetsanding would not take care of in about 5 minutes!

Only $100-200 at my dealer. I'll be curious to see what this thing goes for. Next time PM me before posting :D