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Old 08-30-2007, 10:51 PM
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Question 21 Cig Value

I am getting ready to sell my 1986 21' Cigarette with a stock 7.4 liter with IMCO center riser manifolds and stainless elbows, Hynautic steering, 24" tabs and Bravo one drive. It has a matching red double axle trailer, nice white with red classic Cig trim scheme throughout the boat.

I never see one of these for sale ... they seem very rare, what can I get for the boat and trailer?? what is a clean one worth?? Thanks, Mike
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Old 08-31-2007, 12:04 AM
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Nice boat! I've only seen one 21' Cigarette Demon and that was an outboard. I did not know they made an I/O version. Very cool. Not sure on value, what are you looking to get?
I wish I had some extra bucks!!!

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I am in Michigan I may have some interest in this boat

How much are you thinking?
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indeed! very nice boat...that is the first I/O i have ever seen...quite a rare boat and in great shape too!
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That thing is slick.
I hope no one buys it to modernize it.
Its 80s cool.
If it were me selling it, i'd ask low 20s or best offer to start and see what comes up.
Get a feel for some bids and sell quick to the best one.
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Originally Posted by boatme View Post
I am in Michigan I may have some interest in this boat

How much are you thinking?
I was thinking of asking $16-18K but I'm really not sure what one is worth. I had a 18 Donzi (also loved that boat) and know they sell in the mid-high teens, but this is very special compared to the very common 18 Donzi. Also this boat is so much bigger than a 20 Cig or 18 Donzi, I actually have a Porta-Potti in the cabin area (access through hatch). Much more width and freeboard and weight - closer to a 211 Four Winns Liberator.

The options on the boat with Hynautic and the IMCO exhaust and a Bravo drive should add value as well.

It's in great shape .... I get a ton of nice comments everywhere I go with it ..... it's kind of like a classic muscle car in boat form.
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Originally Posted by mikeb4 View Post
... Much more width and freeboard and weight - closer to a 211 Four Winns Liberator.
AHHHH, DON'T MAKE THAT COMPARISON!!!!
PLEASE EDIT POST!!!!!
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