I was waiting for someone to say something about them that knows something about those boats. I've never heard of them. And when buying a boat that nobody has heard of, financing is tough to get, and more importantly, selling the boat a few years down the road is really, really tough. It could be a knock off, and who knows how it is built, it could be built great, or it could be a total piece of sh*t. Who knows, that's the problem with knock off boats, yeah it might be the shape of a cigarette, but how is it built? If people post below and tell you they know of them being around and they are built great, ect.. I'd feel better, but still be leary of it.
I'd feel better in a scarab, fountian, or cigarettte center console though, which I see in that same price range all the time; 1998-1999 30-33' for 55-60K with twin 225's, so this 1993 ctr cnsl sounds pretty high priced to me, and let me guess, he's pushing it real hard, cuz he's been sitting on it for a few years now since he took it on trade. Well your friend will be stuck with it soon, just like the dealer. Unless you hear alot of positives about people that know the boats, I would steer clear of it. They may be a local company with a big following around your area, I dont know, but that's how sunsation was around here for a long time, and they are a good boat, and now well known all over the country. Since this was only made from 1990-94 it didn't make it for some reason, and that's enough reason for me to stay away, plus it doesn't really sound like much of a deal to me, not for a knock off (if that's what it is). Just keep repating this to yourself when talking to the broker..." You're talking to a professional bull**** artist"