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Old 06-15-2007, 05:25 PM
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well, the whole deal was to buy a cheaper boat and pay it off in a couple of years and then refinance it to purchase motors and upgrades..that make sense? Ill probably just do some minor stuff to it to make it what i want and then just buy something after i pay it off (or down) and sell it to the next budget buyer..

If you can afford to pay of 35k in a couple years, you shoulda bought more boat to start with that you wouldn't have to spend more on later. IMO.
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Old 06-15-2007, 05:31 PM
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Save your money for your next boat and get what you want next time. Any of these restorations are just labors of love. When anyone sells a car or boat or anything that has been done over they might say they made money, but when you add up money and time they lost their shirt. Just my 2 cents.
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Old 06-15-2007, 05:52 PM
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http://www.offshoreonlyclassifieds.c...o17007-en.html
Big money into it, 59K asking price.
damn thats a nice boat..i just wouldnt be able to get financed for $60k on a late 80's boat.. which comes full circle with the discussion of being able to sell a boat with a lot of money into it and being an older boat..
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Old 06-16-2007, 02:28 AM
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I recently did a repower for a guy that has an 86 Wellcraft Nova. He had the entire cabin updated, the cockpit redone, 12 - 15K in the paint and glass work and a new Myco trailer built for it. I dare say, he has 30-35k in the resto and what does he have? An 86' Wellcraft nova that he dearly loves and is probably worth 20k, tops.
I questioned why, before I agreed to do my part. His reply was, he plans on keeping the boat for a long time.

IMO - If the boat looks rough, Paint it and do some cosmetics. It won't look as dated. Then enjoy it.
BTW - i have a 95 32 dominator. Graphics are dated, but I still get comments on how clean it is for it's age. .02 worth
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Old 06-17-2007, 10:48 PM
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Have only riden in a 32 and it was a very nice ride.
That was my 32 and I appreciate the compliment. Can't wait to see how she runs when we are Jammin' On The James!!!!!!
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