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Old 04-09-2007, 08:42 PM
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Lets see, 45k for removal, new paint, remove spider upholstry and redo 12k, motors back to mercury freshened 50k , 107k plus 439k total 546k now thats about average to above average retail,
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Lets see, 45k for removal, new paint, remove spider upholstry and redo 12k, motors back to mercury freshened 50k , 107k plus 439k total 546k now thats about average to above average retail,

Dude ... C;mon ... this is OSO .... Don't muddy the waters up with actual facts , and reality ... that isn't what this is really about !?!?!?
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BTW ... the trailer is gonna be 25K for that rig too !
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.......you could have a nice late model 46 for cheap.

$439,995.00,...........cheap I'm in with the wrong crowd.
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forgot about the 25k for the trailer, just throwing out the full picture, sometimes the price needs to be completely evaluated before just looking right at the buy price, I agree it's a very nice boat, but the buy cost is just the beginning of the cost, Insurance, slip, hoist, maintenance, fuel are all costs that need to be factored in. taking all costs into consideration costs to operate a boat of this caliber in about $1000k/hr.
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forgot about the 25k for the trailer, just throwing out the full picture, sometimes the price needs to be completely evaluated before just looking right at the buy price, I agree it's a very nice boat, but the buy cost is just the beginning of the cost, Insurance, slip, hoist, maintenance, fuel are all costs that need to be factored in. taking all costs into consideration costs to operate a boat of this caliber in about $1000k/hr.
Insurance, slip, hoist, maintenance, fuel ect.....comes with any boat you own no matter what size and price tag. I personally think that $439K is a smoking deal on this boat compared to others out there. As for the paint, spend $10K on removing the spider web and spiderman and the boat will be fine. The 850 SCi's require service at 125 - 150 hours per Mercury. So spending an additional $100K is a little out of the ballpark.
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forgot about the 25k for the trailer, just throwing out the full picture, sometimes the price needs to be completely evaluated before just looking right at the buy price, I agree it's a very nice boat, but the buy cost is just the beginning of the cost, Insurance, slip, hoist, maintenance, fuel are all costs that need to be factored in. taking all costs into consideration costs to operate a boat of this caliber in about $1000k/hr.

I love the paint scheme. If a person can consider $440k cheap,then the costs for operating and storing are even cheaper. I wouldn't rip on this boat one bit. I would love to be able to aford it.
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I love the paint scheme. If a person can consider $440k cheap,then the costs for operating and storing are even cheaper. I wouldn't rip on this boat one bit. I would love to be able to aford it.
It makes me laugh to hear people putting it down because it has 850,s.( like its a bad thing) Imagine that?
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That boat is stunning!! Far less money than a new Cig. It will sell fast for sure.
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It makes me laugh to hear people putting it down because it has 850,s.( like its a bad thing) Imagine that?
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