I think this unit represents what I was mentioning about KBB/NADA not having a true grip on fair market value.
I'd of guessed this boat to have been listed for 30- 40k more with the low hours and the newness of it.
I'm certain the seller is heartbroken.
However, I'm like dieselmatt. I want to take advantage of the moment and get a boat for cash in that same price range too.
But with my wishy-washyness I'm wondering if I'll shortchange myself by purchasing an older unit that would simply only fit my weekending desires.
Like yourselves I love to haul ass on all my and the kids toys and have now second guessed my wants for 6' at the entry/galley and the ability to cruise near 50 and top out in the 60/70 range.
A boat like this unit would satisfy the need for speed and all it would cost is about double what I've allocated and some headroom. Now if a get a sport cruiser from the early to mid 90's and am dissapointed in the performance who's to say that I'll have an easier time moving it than the seller I bought it from.
I just really wish I knew exactly what I want.