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Old 06-29-2014, 05:48 PM
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You guys think im asking too much its literally in mint cond. i want to sell it kinda fast? so i can use new boat this year

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Old 06-29-2014, 05:49 PM
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8-9k max will make it sell decently quick
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Old 06-29-2014, 05:55 PM
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You guys think im asking too much its literally in mint cond. i want to sell it kinda fast? so i can use new boat this year
Like Kid Rock said, 8-9K. For example, here's a comp ==> http://www.mastercraft.com/teamtalk/...ad.php?t=62015

I know it's new but market price is what it is. 13K typically lands on the 93-97 models. For someone that knows boats and wants a new machine without doing a lot of work, $10K.

Without pictures it won't go far...

Best on the sale.
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Old 06-29-2014, 09:46 PM
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Thx..Hmm that one has 720 hrs mines 230 mines every bit as clean except the trailers snot as shiny not sure if the trailer would buff out havent tried. im de winterizing as we speek. pics in 1 to 2 days
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Old 06-29-2014, 11:23 PM
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Hours dont necessarily matter in my opinion on older boats
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Old 06-29-2014, 11:58 PM
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Lol your kidding me? Hours dont matter? Thats a first for me lol. I guess you dont mind wear and tear on the most expensive part of the boat the engine and drivertrain? Or the hours it sits out in the blistering sun? Hmm. Well to me and many others its the very first thing we look at when buying a boat. Its easy to buff out some clouds on the gel coat. Or throw some 303 on the vinyl, and polish a terd but the terd will still smell.whats that take a day or two? but not quite as easy or cheap to pull an engine break out the plasti guage and rebuild it even if you do the work youself.
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Old 06-30-2014, 12:09 AM
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Lol your kidding me? Hours dont matter? Thats a first for me lol. I guess you dont mind wear and tear on the most expensive part of the boat the engine and drivertrain? Or the hours it sits out in the blistering sun? Hmm. Well to me and many others its the very first thing we look at when buying a boat. Its easy to buff out some clouds on the gel coat. Or throw some 303 on the vinyl, and polish a terd but the terd will still smell.whats that take a day or two? but not quite as easy or cheap to pull an engine break out the plasti guage and rebuild it even if you do the work youself.
Agree to Point but I would take more hours in a boat that was obviously taken care of over less hours in a terd. That would tell me how well they took care of that investment. And honestly with that age there would not be an advantage of 230 hours over 750 hours both are very low hours and 230 might be sitting long periods of time which is also not good. I am not saying that your boat is not premium in any way but hours is only part of the story for me.
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Old 06-30-2014, 12:11 AM
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As wood i.
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Old 06-30-2014, 12:15 AM
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Low hours on a carbed boat means gas sitting in the carb and gunking it up. When buying a 25 year old boat, hours dont necessarily matter.

Couple things off your argument-
-sitting in the sun? what does that have to do with engine hours?
-Would rather have a higher hour boat with maintenance records and recent service than a boat that clearly has sat a very long time. you know these motors last thousands of hard hours right? lol


As I've said before, engine hours aren't the first thing to look at when buying an older boat. How in the heck is cleaning the interior and buffing the gel make it a turd?? \


Anyways, your boat your opinion and your pricing. Just dont be shocked when it doesn't sell for 13k
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Old 06-30-2014, 12:19 AM
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Look guys im not here to argue about a boat that hrs 700,hrs over one that has 200. But i can tell you for a guarenteed fact if they are both in the same condition i will take the one that has less hours. That is what value of a boat is based on when you buy or sell or even look up on nada. And not quite sure how qualified alot of ppl are when talking engines? But i myself have built several motorcycle, boat, and hot rod engines. And hours do matter. Other then the obvious. If some tard didnt maintain it. The end..... If you wanna talk building engines i can start a thread or you can call me 5038718047. Other then that im here to sell the boat thanks
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