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'86 25' Whaler CC-What's it worth
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posted 10-15-2001 11:51 AM ET (US)
25' Boston Whaler CC, 1986 model. Twin Johnson 150's - 1997 models. No trailer, no electronics. T Top. Good condition, Bottom paint. Thanks for your help.
Any other feedback on this boat / setup would be appreciated.
posted 10-15-2001 01:27 PM ET (US)
I've been looking at several 25' O/R's lately and depending on overall condition,equipt,etc.etc. If it's hull is sound and the engine's have reasonable well & tear with no trailer or electronic's. I would think you should be able to purchase it for the low 20's or high teens. That's my .02 cents worth. I'm still looking myself for a nice 25'O/R, I feed on the bottom.
posted 10-15-2001 03:13 PM ET (US)
Thanks for stepping to the plate Eagleman!
posted 10-15-2001 03:34 PM ET (US)
What are O/R's ????
posted 10-16-2001 09:33 AM ET (US)
posted 10-16-2001 10:26 AM ET (US)
ECU, are you buying or selling? If buying get the NADA from a boat broker. If you are selling go to boat trader online and see if there is anything comparable. Regards, Jay
posted 10-16-2001 10:37 AM ET (US)
The NADA online is unrealistic, do the dealers have a more informative guide?.
Traderonline has no comps.
posted 10-16-2001 11:56 AM ET (US)
The dealers have the NADA with differn't figures based on boat, seperate on engines and trailer. I would call a dealer because they have NADA high and low. We all know that the NADA is low so that's a good starting point. How much is the asking price compaired to NADA maybe meet half way??? Good Luck, Jay
posted 10-16-2001 06:39 PM ET (US)
My 1986 22 Outrage Cuddy was appraised at 20 K a couple of years ago (no trailer). Probly wotrth 18 K today
200 HP Yamaha
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