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Old 09-26-2013, 08:51 AM
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That makes sense.... Thanks for the explanation......



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Because we have been instructed not to in the past from corporate. I'd prefer to be able to, but that was the guidance I have been given. It causes a stir when say you post that you just paid X and I just paid 10 grand more. I understand both arguments
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Old 09-26-2013, 12:32 PM
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I'm realizing I didn't give you a number of what that boat is worth ...

I think the Salt water edition boats new are more expensive and because of the environment they run in, can depreciate a little, not a lot, faster than non SS.

In any event, it is late September - the boat is a 2014. 6.2L desired motor by many....Saltwater trailer included...4 JL cans ... Pro pkg... surf pkg ... The fact it is a 2014 that pushes it higher.

But my wild *** guess would be around the 108-119k anything in that range can vary. If you have rear facing lights, under water lights etc.... That stuff adds up quick.

But like I said before, I could be off by 10% based on your ability to negotiate and the sales volumes. It is end of quarter for them and winter is coming.

September is a good month to buy.

Also consider asking for a higher than normal discount on accessories. Ropes bouys etc that is good till next June. You will find that comes in handy down the road.
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Old 09-26-2013, 12:36 PM
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That last bit is a nibble. They pick up on it and your first service bill could easily eclipse any savings.
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Old 09-26-2013, 01:06 PM
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That last bit is a nibble. They pick up on it and your first service bill could easily eclipse any savings.
Ohhyaa...all over that and why I asked for storage and winterization to be incl, but in fact, I will make sure I look after the service guys.
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