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Old 05-07-2017, 11:45 AM
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Love the look of these. Looking to get into a used 27. If anyone has any leads I would appreciate it.
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Old 05-08-2017, 07:59 AM
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What years (budget) are you looking at? There's an 2006 on Yacht World.
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Budget? T-top or arch?
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What is your budget? Do you want a t-top or arch?
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Sorry about the duplicative post. I know of a 27 that might be for sale.
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Really anything 2004 or newer. Depends on condition.

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What is your budget? Do you want a t-top or arch?
I would prefer the arch but would consider either. Thanks!!
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So, scratch the 2004 or newer approach. Any reason not to look for an older concept? As long as it's a good survey, a Concept is a Concept right? Please advise.
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So, scratch the 2004 or newer approach. Any reason not to look for an older concept? As long as it's a good survey, a Concept is a Concept right? Please advise.
2000 and newer is all composite construction. That said, I haven't heard of older ones having issues. Maybe find an older hull w/newer power?
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^^^I agree, if anything else at least get one with a 4 stroke. My 27 had a 300x 2 stroke and while it sounded killer at idle the constant loud "bahhhhh" on plane along with the ridiculous amount of fuel and oil consumption really wore on me.
other than that just make sure you check the normal spots for rot...you definitely don't want a rotted transom on boat with a cantilevered outboard! other than that they were the same boat for like 20 years or something keep in mind when you search, the older ones are referred to as 25's not 27's
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