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Old 09-18-2009, 07:35 PM
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I had great dealings with Randy at LCM. Better than I have had with most other places.
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I am not just speaking from a consumers point of view. We made the switch to Dealer.com in our dealership a year and a half ago. Our pre-owned owned sales will triple this year in a down economy. Even if the prices are high it still gives the consumer a guide. The key to selling in today's times are tons of good pictures, a good description, and price. I am currently in the market for two boats. I have spent numerous time over the last three months checking the web. I will not even waste my time on sites that don't advertise price. I check Shorgen's website weekly. The pictures are very descriptive, and you can tell they are moving through inventory. I picked up the phone and made a call because I liked what I saw and the boat fit my budget. To bad for me someone else saw it first and pulled the trigger.
Another thing they do good at is showing the boat in top detail shape. I was looking at another boat on a another site. 200k for a 08 repo, I bet it had 15 gallons of water in the bilge. Wow that tells me it has been taken care of. Check out Legend Marine's ad's. One picture and the same copy and paste description on every ad. The dealers that adapt to these new times will survive. The dealers that wait for their phones to ring will fail.
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is the smoken joe boat together and there at LCM or is off to the auction yards yet?
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I walked thru National Liquidators lot today.. alot of these boats are missing power and drives, a shame the condition of some,(most) once nice hardware..more stuff comming in though
Give us the rundown. What was there? Doesn't look like they have updated the website yet...
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Give us the rundown. What was there? Doesn't look like they have updated the website yet...
So far, a 05,98,96, Outerlimits 3- 6man Cigarettes, Snake Dance Apachie, 36 Glaidator, That yellow Cougar, Spiderman Hustler..Less 3- power packagages less 3-# 6 drives,3 Fountaine excutioners, 47 Fountane w trips,some nice cats,
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So far, a 05,98,96, Outerlimits 3- 6man Cigarettes, Snake Dance Apachie, 36 Glaidator, That yellow Cougar, Spiderman Hustler..Less 3- power packagages less 3-# 6 drives,3 Fountaine excutioners, 47 Fountane w trips,some nice cats,
Was this one there?
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Was this one there?
yes its here, motors are in it no drives, 6 man bolsters..
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yes its here, motors are in it no drives, 6 man bolsters..
Any idea what motors? When I talked to them before about it, it was a bare bilge....

Time to send an email I suppose...
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Spiderman hustler is by far the best paint detail I've ever seen on anything... Boat was amazing when I seen it @ LCM.... I was 16 maybe 17, I'm now 25 how does anyone let a boat like that sit for 7 to 8 years is beyond belief to me... What a shame!!!!
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yes its here, motors are in it no drives, 6 man bolsters..
Do you have some pics of the fountains and what size and if they have motors and drive. Thanks a lot for the help in advance
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