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Old 03-12-2003, 08:35 PM
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HOW MUCH IS HE WILLING TO LET IT GO FOR?
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Old 03-12-2003, 08:40 PM
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He offered 14.5K, but I think 14K would do it.
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Georges,
I think it's to much money. The gel, being faded, is the most expensive part of the boat to bring back. Buffing won't do it.
The TRS is old tech and parts are becoming more scarce. Was the blower motor done to blower specs?
I compare this boat to what I sold less than two years ago.
1990 Challenger Aerotech Super V-24. Like new gelcoat, 100 hours on new GenV 7.4 replacement motor (not rebuilt), Bravo outdrive totally gone through, etc, etc. Boat showed like low hours boat that was garaged and taken care of. Not to mention Vinylester layup.
Now, I realize, this is not a Pantera, but a well built sport boat, that earned Hot Boats, 1989 Sport Boat Of The Year.
This boat sold for $15500 on a mint bunk trailer.
It is a buyers market. Take your time.
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Hey Georges,

As far as being "overpriced" well that's all relative to the condition and rigging..etc.
As far as I'm concerned... NADA is about as useful as tits on a bull when it comes to "High Performance" Boats. Not very accurate..
I just sold my 24 (1985) minus drive and engine for a fair price.
I would make an offer in the 12k range.
It is a buyers market and that boat has been for sale for little while.

P.S. Ask if they might consider selling w/o power and do it to your liking. Good Luck and call me if you have any questions.

email me some pics if you can.

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RLW: Thanks for the input, I am concerned about the TRS drives.
Angel: I lost your e-mail adress, give it to me, I have several pictures of this boat.
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