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Old 06-27-2016, 08:02 AM
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Yeah I wouldn't be worried about the faded cover as much as why there is so much corrosion and a galvanized trailer in Indianapolis. My guess is they know exactly where the boat was used and are playing stupid.
Having said that. My buddy just bought one of these and I think it is such a perfect boat. I couldn't believe how awesome the Wakeboard wake was. There will be more!

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Old 06-27-2016, 06:10 PM
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Gen 1 stars are great boats. And they have a loyal following so prices can be higher than comparable boats.

But the same rule applies on any used boat. Figure out the absolute max you can spend and then spend more than that. The extra money you spend when you buy will be offset more than double by the money you save not fixing stuff after the purchase. And you will start off with a cleaner boat that will have better resale. In other words, "cheap boats cost a lot more than good ones".
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