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Old 11-11-2004, 08:47 AM
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How about a totaly redone and custom 250 Sport Baja with a raised x and new Bravo drive? This can be had well under 40K. Dave Warden ( [email protected] )
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Old 11-11-2004, 12:09 PM
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Also if you have a boat for sell that is in the low $40's let me know. Thanks everyone[/QUOTE]

25 Sunsation is a little boat, 25 Baja Outlaw would be much nicer room wise.

My 26ft PowerQuest is for sale in the OSO classifieds. Low 30's, always freshwater, and just back from PowerQuest Factory being updated.

http://server1.offshoreonly.com/geoc...php?a=2&b=1636

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Old 11-11-2004, 02:32 PM
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Mobil,

The one you listed doesn't look bad. Price is pretty good depending on the condition and number of hours. Just keep in mind that it's not a 70 mph boat like the ad says.
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25 Sunsation or 25 Active Thunder
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Old 11-11-2004, 10:27 PM
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Who makes the powerquest???

IS it better in the long run, ( family and poker runs ) to go with a 25 or 27X?

Strip, I dont know what to say..........post on??? I may have to pay you Internet fees....
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Old 11-12-2004, 01:51 AM
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Who makes the powerquest???

IS it better in the long run, ( family and poker runs ) to go with a 25 or 27X?

Strip, I don't know what to say..........post on??? I may have to pay you Internet fees....
I got tired last night ,.I quit posting about 3.30 last night.

I did a google search and came up with some dealers I have never heard of before .

Have you thought about buying new , I remember baja offering some 0% interest rates for the first year and something like 4% after that. I figure there is a lot of Baja's out there you might find a leftover 03 out there . Our dealer had a 36 he sat on for almost for 2 1/2 years ,it have small power . The interest was eating him up . Right know the boat sales are bad so the might be some left overs out the my buddy that bought the 272 paid low 50's in 96-97. new.

I think there is a Baja web site out there, try it ...

Have ya made ya mind up yet??

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not yet, Im confused now. I like the Baja's but it seems that Sun is getting alot of polls. I would like to find a BAJA in as good as shape as the Sun for the Suns price.

We are still deciding
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Does anyone know of their local dealer that has an 02 or 03 sitting on the floor for some time?
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This is the 2000 25 Outlaw that we just traded in. It is in excellent shape, and was very meticulously cared for.


http://adcache.boattraderonline.com/6/2/7/76581027.htm
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This is the 2000 25 Outlaw that we just traded in. It is in excellent shape, and was very meticulously cared for.


http://adcache.boattraderonline.com/6/2/7/76581027.htm

Just out of curiousity, what did they give you for it?
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