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Old 02-03-2013, 05:00 PM
reftech reftech is offline
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Join Date: Aug 2012
Boat: 1987 mastercraft prostar 190
Location: southeast
Posts: 149
I don't know what area you're from but ultimately it's gonna come down to what you're comfortable paying for the looks to be in decent condition cosmetically but the engine is a big deal. I would do a compression check and would definitely have to test drive it before paying the 6800 asking price. That is at the upper end of the scale and the boat needs to be in very good running condition for that. There are two ps190's in my area now one is a powerslot with 326 hours and u could pick it up for 5800.the other is a 1:1 that needs some interior work but runs extremely well with 600 hours for 4500. I would ensure that the boat runs and is in good mechanical condition and then I would make him an offer that you're comfortable with. Just my 2 cents
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