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Old 02-13-2014, 09:41 AM
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Any better exterior pictures? I see some decals removed....
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Old 02-13-2014, 10:21 AM
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This past summer I paid $8k for the same year with 350 hours and no powerslot, perfect interior but no stereo or boom. I would think yours would sell for around the same figure with the upgrades compensating for the hours.
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Old 02-13-2014, 10:31 AM
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Nice looking machine. Comments of my opinion above. Best with the sale. I'd start at $9K and any buyer that knows boats can see the value. After $9K, one will begin to look for the next era of hull (4th generation 91-94). If someone offers you $8, think hard on it before refusing the sale.

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Old 02-13-2014, 10:33 AM
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Trailer: Brakes work great, Tires are 2 years old, LED lights, Prop guard and also added running lights on guide poles which turn green when the trailer is deep enough in the water. My wife finds them very helpful.

Also, it has "Factory winterized by Mastercraft" and a "Quaility Assurance" stickers on front of the bow. Do anyone know what those were for? We have always wondered about them. I've never see any others boats have them.
I bet my wife would like the guide pole lights as well. How does that work?
I used to have a '90 that also had the quality assurance sticker on the bow, but not the "winterized" one. It had the powerslot as well, without any "powerslot" badges on the boat (just the label plate on the transmission like yours).

I agree with the others: $8K - $9K asking price. Those are great ski boats. GLWS.
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Old 02-13-2014, 10:37 AM
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The stickers were applied after the boat was water tested and winterized and after Quality Control did their inspection authorizing it for shipment. Washing, waxing, the water and the sun will wear away the Sharpie writing on the stickers. Clear vinyl decal material over the sticker will protect it and has protected mine for 18 years. It was normal for the dealer to remove them from the boat prior to delivery when the boat was prepped and include them with your paperwork when the boat was sold. I asked my dealer not to remove them for obvious reasons.
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Old 02-13-2014, 12:38 PM
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I bet my wife would like the guide pole lights as well. How does that work?
I used to have a '90 that also had the quality assurance sticker on the bow, but not the "winterized" one. It had the powerslot as well, without any "powerslot" badges on the boat (just the label plate on the transmission like yours).

I agree with the others: $8K - $9K asking price. Those are great ski boats. GLWS.
It has a senor that is mounted on the guide pole. When the senor gets wet it lights up green. It was pretty simple to install. The only problem was I had to sleeve the pole with larger PVC in order for the light to fit correctly.

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...?ie=UTF8&psc=1
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Old 02-13-2014, 01:03 PM
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The NADA figure seems to be very low to me. That link doesn't seem to take into consideration the number of engine hours whereas auto mileage is a major determinate of value. Also didn't see any consideration for a powerslot transmission, so it seems to be pretty general. I guess we all think our crafts are worth more than maybe they really are in reality.
Hold out for $8500 or spring, whichever comes first.
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Old 02-13-2014, 03:08 PM
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The NADA figure seems to be very low to me. That link doesn't seem to take into consideration the number of engine hours whereas auto mileage is a major determinate of value. Also didn't see any consideration for a powerslot transmission, so it seems to be pretty general. I guess we all think our crafts are worth more than maybe they really are in reality.
Hold out for $8500 or spring, whichever comes first.
Average condition $7860 with his options, like I said add 15% for "other reasons" and it's back up to $9039.
Mostly NADA is about 15-25% off what people/ dealers ask, NADA uses real reported sales data to come up with their figures.
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Old 02-13-2014, 03:17 PM
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I would agree that NADA is a good starting point, but it doesn't factor in the condition of the boat very well especially in the older boats.

I don't see this 2002 X30 selling for 24k (NADA low retail price)

http://pages.ebay.com/motors/link/?n...d=131113769495
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Old 02-13-2014, 03:31 PM
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Similar years, $8500-12,000

http://www.onlyinboards.com/Details.aspx?ID=35138

Been trying to sell for over a year, similar to yours, have to ask why it hasn't sold for 8900.
http://www.seattlewatersports.com/in...roducts_id=957
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