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Old 12-25-2008, 08:37 AM
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and there is a steal of a deal on a 06 39 gun with 850s out there
you mean this one ??


http://www.offshoreonlyclassifieds.c...o22170-en.html

Or another ?

Not being a fam of those circuspaintjobs of today but yes lets hope these boats doesn´t stand still on the other hand blue is my favourite color.

In fact as Cigarettes start to move then will the whole business IMO.
And who cares if the Dollars is low or high compared to other currencies the bottom line is they gotta move on the market.
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Old 12-25-2008, 12:07 PM
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As long as the seller is holding the title he can do whatever he chooses IMO.
Even being cocky a.k.a hard to bargain with.
Except when he is waisting my time making me think that I am going to get my deal, and then renigs and goes back.
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Old 12-25-2008, 12:16 PM
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and there is a steal of a deal on a 06 39 gun with 850s out there
Except it will shortly need service on those 850's at 15-26K each depending on who services them and it is not that much faster than a 700 boat. Buy it and do the service and you will be into it for as much as you can buy a used 07 39 700 boat.

You won't have the bragging rights of the bigger power/#6's but you can have just as much fun.......
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Old 12-25-2008, 12:19 PM
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Except when he is waisting my time making me think that I am going to get my deal, and then renigs and goes back.
Well if he can´t stay behind his word that´s another thing.
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Old 12-25-2008, 12:24 PM
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You guys can put all the bottom feeding slant you want to about everything!!!!!!!!!!! Let's try some easy math, 250k for said OSO 38' Cigarette (stripped down boat), paint 30k, Myco trailer 15k. So that looks like 295k to me. How good a deal was it or how cheap??????????????????
Paint was 21K through Cigarette and the guy lives on the water so it is lift stored. No tow vehicle/ no place to store a trailer anyway. So why pay for a used Myco you will never use and have to pay to store it somewhere.......

At the time it was the best priced TG out there when compared to others that were the same money or more money, more hours, older boats. Keep in mind it was a demo situation but at the hands of Steve it wasn't a dealer boat beat to death by the salesman/potential clients.

Blume you have some great inventory and I feel bad you bought some of it/took on trade in much better times and now maybe upside down on the boats. You have nice stuff, priced good but in this market you may have to take a beating since it has been such a roller coaster year in the stock market, real estate market and in the banking industry.

My favorite boat is the 46 RR and the paint is classic Cigarette. If I had the coin that is the one I would want!
Good luck in the new year, maybe Santa will leave you some buyers for those boats.......
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Except it will shortly need service on those 850's at 15-26K each depending on who services them and it is not that much faster than a 700 boat. Buy it and do the service and you will be into it for as much as you can buy a used 07 39 700 boat.

You won't have the bragging rights of the bigger power/#6's but you can have just as much fun.......

First off!!!!!!!!!!!! "Merry Christmas" ..............................Well, rebuilds go for between $12,500.00 to a Mercury rebuild for $22,810.00. Most builders will rebuild them to 1075SCI Mercury specs for $12,500.00 to $18,000.00. The boat has a full cabin with a Vacuflush head and will run around 110 to 112mph with the 850's. The same 39' w/700 will run around 104mph, big difference????? If you rebuild the 850's to 1075's it will run over 120mph. Even with the rebuilds you would be considerably below a 700 boat and a lot faster.
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Paint was 21K through Cigarette and the guy lives on the water so it is lift stored. No tow vehicle/ no place to store a trailer anyway. So why pay for a used Myco you will never use and have to pay to store it somewhere.......

At the time it was the best priced TG out there when compared to others that were the same money or more money, more hours, older boats. Keep in mind it was a demo situation but at the hands of Steve it wasn't a dealer boat beat to death by the salesman/potential clients.

Blume you have some great inventory and I feel bad you bought some of it/took on trade in much better times and now maybe upside down on the boats. You have nice stuff, priced good but in this market you may have to take a beating since it has been such a roller coaster year in the stock market, real estate market and in the banking industry.

My favorite boat is the 46 RR and the paint is classic Cigarette. If I had the coin that is the one I would want!
Good luck in the new year, maybe Santa will leave you some buyers for those boats.......
Thanks for all the nice comments, JS. Merry Christmas!!!!...................more pics of the 39' w/850's. FOR SALE!!!!!!!
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hey blume santa didnt leave me a glad under my tree!!!!!!!!
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hey blume santa didnt leave me a glad under my tree!!!!!!!!
dreamer???????????????????????? "SANTA" didn't get any cash!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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My favorite boat is the 46 RR and the paint is classic Cigarette. If I had the coin that is the one I would want!.......
JS, The Rough Rider is seriously "FOR SALE" and a sweet boat!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1
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