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Old 03-11-2005, 08:09 PM
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Just lookin around and holy crap, the prices on these boats still almost 20 years later is incredible. Any reasoning behind this?
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very diserable, limited production and they are pretty cool for a sea ray. If you are intersted in one look at some envisions they are the same hull with a slightly diffrent deck(more hedroom in cabin)
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very diserable, limited production and they are pretty cool for a sea ray. If you are intersted in one look at some envisions they are the same hull with a slightly diffrent deck(more hedroom in cabin)
I was thinking it was a limited production boat, just shocked at the overall pricing. I think they look awesome, very nice stance sittin in the water
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what size?
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$14,500.........


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I was looking at 27 ft range, they are well over 20 into 25-28k, were talkin 1988's. So I stuck to looking for 26-27 Nova's and Stingers
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They are pretty nice boats my brother has a 22 .. The prices are all over the place ..Saw a real clean 27 twin 350 mag fresh water boat go for 18K last summer
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They are pretty nice boats my brother has a 22 .. The prices are all over the place ..Saw a real clean 27 twin 350 mag fresh water boat go for 18K last summer
See thats what I was expecting, only to find mid to high 20's for a 27'
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I think its just a matter of finding someone who wants to move their boat ..The one that sold for 18 was at 27, 25, 23 for a couple years ..Lots of dreamers/trollers out there
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Yup, coming from a prior owner of both a new 22' and a new 27'...I will say that where the 27' is concerned, they had nice modern and upscale cockpits and cabin interiors for their time, well ahead of the other boats you speak of. Also higher tech construction and a quality name behind them...there was something at stake. Your seeing all this reflected in the prices relative to the other boats you mention, even 15 years later. The 27 is a roomy boat with a nice ride.

The 22' is just a great little fun boat! Well built. Handle like a slot car.
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