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Old 01-02-2007, 04:07 PM
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sell it to your dad . chucks to old for any kind of go fast boat anyway so i figure the cc would be just right for him. you know what they say once you start taking the blue pill the go fast days are over.
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Old 01-02-2007, 07:15 PM
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Jim,

It is great to see you lurking on the board! Let’s get together soon. The old man is considering it but he has not made up his mind...That’s what happens when you start loosing it... How is the Cig?

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Old 01-03-2007, 08:38 AM
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sold it last week boat went to a guy name steve living in the loto area.looking for a top gun or something in the 38 ft range
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You dont want john's fountain?
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Old 01-03-2007, 10:48 AM
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You might try listing it on here. It's part of Florida Sportsman magazine online. I think it only cost about twelve dollars or so to list it.

http://boatstore.floridasportsman.co...uy.pl?boatcons
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Old 01-03-2007, 11:03 AM
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CRB:

I own a dealership in Southwest Florida. By far, our most effective advertising, for our own new boats & trades, as well as our consignment boats, is the drive by traffic - we get 200,000 cars past our store every day. That translates to alot of eyeballs.

Our next most effective is currently print advertising like the Salty Dog, or the Boat Trader magazine. We get alot of exposure from the Boat Trader online but we don't sell as many from that venue.

In our particular case, the sellers receive a better price and pay the 10%. The local buyer is getting the benefit of buying from a full service facility. The buyer is more comfortable buying from us where they can compare a number of boats, and bring it back for repairs if they run into a snag. This information comes from our pre and post sale surveys.

To cut this long-winded essay short; I suggest you locate a full service dealership with a highway location that gets lots of visibility. You will get more eyeballs, your boat will sell faster, and your buyer will be happier.

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Here is another idea,

http://auctions.floridasportsman.com/

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Old 01-03-2007, 05:37 PM
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Riski:
Sitting in the Bahamas at the moment..what great weather!! Be back in Palm Beach tonight and tomorrow night.
That Thunder is more an old mans boat.. just stable and smooth don't spill a drink..read a book..take a nap..go down visit the head..fix a meal in the micro..get a brew from the fidge.
BUT 72 mph in the center console will GET YOUR ATTENTION and KeepYou Sharp!!!
What happened to you guys and the xmas party..thought you were attending? We missed ya!
Hey! we have the world famous Houston Boat show starting Friday..maybe we should all attend ..but that could be another nap session.
May have to check on juniors ride before I head back Friday.

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Old 01-04-2007, 12:20 AM
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That beats NYC right now even though it was colder when I left Houston this AM.

Thanks for all of your help guys!!!
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Hey All,

I need some thoughts and insight here. I want to sell my 328 SCX Glasstream Performance CC. I am looking for suggestions on the best way to sell the boat. I have placed it in Boat Trader, OSO, and Ebay. I got no calls from Boat Trader, 1 from OSO, and about 20 from EBay. Unfortunately there are a bunch of tire kickers and wholesalers who showed interest from Ebay. I am now thinking about listing it with a broker. Do any of you know of any good brokers who specialize in performance CCs.

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Clark
Dear Clark,

I am interested in buying one Glasstream now. I would like to know how well does it perform on rough water conditions and the reason why you want to sell it. I am interested as well for buying it.

thanks

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