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Old 09-26-2008, 09:17 PM
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No, I tried to buy it, was told $345k no less. no trailer.
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I'm tellin you guys, you won't be dissapointed by the one here in NJ.... I put my rep. on it.
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Old 09-27-2008, 11:21 AM
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I'm tellin you guys, you won't be dissapointed by the one here in NJ.... I put my rep. on it.
Panther, I agree it's a nice boat.....BUT!!!!! let's us look at both boats. The Orange boat I have for sale, asking price $299,900.00, only 50 total hours, epoxy boat, loaded with Myco trailer with Drive gaurd........The other boat, the guy wants $365,000.00 for it, it has over 200 hours, It has a Myco trailer. Mine is $65,000.00 less and I will come off the price of the one I have for sale???????? Both are very beautiful boats.
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Panther how many total hours are on your friends boat?
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Blume would something in the 270k range work for your man? I assume the boat is salt water but could you confirm . Thanks.
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My buddy here in NJ has one for sale.... I'm thinking you're looking at the same boat??? 2004, Epoxy, engines rebuilt, headers, new upholstery???? The boat was barely used this year after having all the work done last winter.

This boat is a 10, no dissapointments! If you need more info. let me know, I might be able to help; http://www.offshoreonlyclassifieds.c...o25890-en.html
Not wanting to pick apart here, but one has to wonder if the boat is a 10, why did it need rebuild, new headers, and new upholstery????? The boat was only 4 years old??
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Blume would something in the 270k range work for your man? I assume the boat is salt water but could you confirm . Thanks.
it is a fresh water boat used on lake texoma since 2005, I think Outerlimits used it in the brochure? Greg, I think your getting real close?? I think it will come down to low or high 270k?? But thats just my guess.
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Not wanting to pick apart here, but one has to wonder if the boat is a 10, why did it need rebuild, new headers, and new upholstery????? The boat was only 4 years old??
The owner is very anal with his boat and wants it in new condition every year.This boat is perfect.
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Anal, everybody is Anal these days!!!!!!!!!!!!!! The Orange boat has only 48 total hours on it, it is kept in a heated building along with his 39' MTI with Merc. 850's, motorcycles and hot rods. It is in very good original condition. And priced at $299,900.00 and the other boat in question, the seller told me it would take $365,000.00 to buy it. If you like Orange, this is a good boat for you? If you like blue it will cost you over $65,000.00 more? There is also a red one for $399,000.00, so that one if you like red will be over $100,000.00 more????
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The Orange one (48 hours) $299,900.00....................The Blue one (over 200 total hull hours, 25 since rebuilds) $365,000.00......................The Red one (180 Hours) $399,000.00???????????????????????? THERE ALL 2004 42' LEGACY'S WITH TRIPLE MERC. 525'S.
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