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hddoktr
07-07-2012, 11:49 PM
1996 Barefoot 200 For Sale
I Have A 1996 Mastercraft Barefoot 200 For Sale. I Have Not Used It But Maybe 4 Times Since 2005 (Mostly Just Driving It Around And Floating ) As I Had A Cervical Fusion In My Neck . This Is Probably The Cleanest, Low Hour Boat Out There, Maybe 100 Hrs Total,They Do Not Have Hr Meters On Them But If You See The Boat You Can Make The Call, Borescope The Cylinders, Whatever You Like. It Has A Yamaha Pro V 200, An SBT Tandem Trailer With Polished Stainless Fenders And A Removable Tongue,Custom Bimini Top, Custom Towing Cover, Polished Barefoot Boom. It Is The Just Off White Color(Kind Of Light Cream) With Red And Silver Stripes, The Interior Is Spotless. It Has Been Stored Inside All Of It's Life With The Exception Of A Few Overnite Camp Trips And 2 Houseboat Trips.It Has Never Been Beached,Always Anchored Out Or Held Away From The Beach,Never In Salt Water. I Am The Original Owner, I Paid $30,200 Brand New And Would Like $18000.. That May Seem High But A New One Is A Bunch More Than That. If You Are Going To Try And Beat Me Up On The Price Or Write And Say That Is Too High, Than Please Don't Waste Either Of Our Time, This Boat Is That Clean. Email Or Call 925-759-5616 Or hddoktr@sbcglobal.net. i Am In The East Bay Area Of Ca.,My Name Is Kent. Click link below for pics

http://s1069.photobucket.com/albums/u480/hddoktr5/

atlfootr
07-13-2012, 08:36 PM
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hddoktr
07-13-2012, 10:03 PM
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boater8987
07-13-2012, 11:00 PM
I had to pay top dollar and then pay a shipper to deliver the boat from Denver Co. to VA 1700 mi because I wanted a 1989 144 hr original 425 HP BBC 240 Maristar garage queen. It still had the original bias plyd tires on the trailer. Money well spent in my opinion. I have been through many fixer upper boat projects in my 30+ years of muliple boat purchases. I have even been employed in the boat business in a past life. I have and I bet many a member has spent way more than NADA value to get a boat back in shape. Looks like this boat is in pristine shape and needs nothing but a new owner. It may be a little high, but someone out there understands what it takes to restore a boat like this and are willing to pay a little more and be proud to own this Mastercraft. Just another opinion and another way to look at things not trying to step on anyones toes.

atlfootr
07-14-2012, 12:19 PM
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barefoot
07-14-2012, 01:10 PM
That's a pretty impressive set-up!

hddoktr
07-14-2012, 01:33 PM
Boater8987... Well said, thanks

Voodoo
07-14-2012, 01:43 PM
Like I Told you then and I'll tell ya now , I should have consulted you, the expert, never having seen this boat , realized your abilities as you probably make known to everyone who wants to know... Or not. Everyone on this site has been real cool, you may be one of those folks that has trouble finding someone to ski with the second time. Give it a shot, you might feel better about yourself. Doesn't sound so much like your trying' to help me. I get along fine without your "help"

This is some funny sh1t ... totally agree. And the second post verifies it.

Voodoo

hddoktr
07-14-2012, 01:48 PM
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