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Old 04-03-2002, 11:08 PM
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Nice talking with you today,,Have 2 New 2000 212, with 7.4L mpi,310hp..Loaded,,1. Red white, blue $27,770..2. Dark blue, light blue, dove with tabs..$28,200.
Best deal call OSO member SKY at 770-919-2628
 
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Old 04-04-2002, 10:13 AM
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Eric 1969


I have the 7.4MPI. Seems like all the power I need and I run a long time on a tank of fuel.

Sounds like you are getting some good offers. I assume the prices quoted include a trailer. I got cross ways with my dealer as when I made the offer it was one price. Then he asked if I want a trailer. I thought it would be easier to take to the lake so I told him yes I needed a trailer. I looked at my paper work last night and total out the door price (for a new 2000 purchased in 2001) was $28,000.00.

It sounds like you can do as well from the prices I see quoted here and have a 2 year NEWER boat!

I don't think you will be sorry with a 212 if you use it as described above.

Good luck!!
 
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Old 04-04-2002, 10:36 AM
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Eric 1969


I have the 7.4MPI. Seems like all the power I need and I run a long time on a tank of fuel.

Sounds like you are getting some good offers. I assume the prices quoted include a trailer. I got cross ways with my dealer as when I made the offer it was one price. Then he asked if I want a trailer. I thought it would be easier to take to the lake so I told him yes I needed a trailer. I looked at my paper work last night and total out the door price (for a new 2000 purchased in 2001) was $28,000.00.

It sounds like you can do as well from the prices I see quoted here and have a 2 year NEWER boat!

I don't think you will be sorry with a 212 if you use it as described above.

Good luck!!
Dallas,

That is really funny. The boat from Omaha is with trailer, the 2 boats in Atlanta referred by toonatime are WITHOUT trailer. I don't know why they quote this size/type of boat without a trailer. He said I could get a trailer at cost, though. I agree with you, seems it may be easier for me to get the boat to the lake with a trailer unless anyone has other ideas. I could at least understand them quoting a 30+ foot boat without trailer, but not a ski boat. But, what do I know though, I am just a dumb consumer
 
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Old 04-04-2002, 10:40 PM
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Hey guys...Many Baja's are sold without trailers & go to dry stack, boat lifts, out of state etc.. Others want aluminum offshore, painted. or buy their own custom trailers..ala heritage..If you are looking for a leftover, at a great price better buy it now as the boat buyers are out in droves this time of year..Someone called today and didn't ask for me..& I can get the best deal for OSO members. Sky at 770-919-2628
 
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