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Pops posted 02-07-2002 09:13 PM ET (US)   Profile for Pops   Send Email to Pops  
The 1992 Montauk I'm about to make an offer on doesn't have any wood on the console, seatback or anchor hatch. Was this how it came from the factory, or was it changed afterwards? Or could you order it with or without wood back then? Also, I worked up the NADA numbers for this boat(with accessories),motor and trailer and came up with $7,000, which is $5,000 less then the asking price. I understand that Montauks can sell for higher then bluebook, But how much higher is my question. A few of you suggested that the boat might be worth $10,000ish. $10,000 is still 40% over bluebook. WOW.
thanks for all the help you've given so far.

lhg posted 02-07-2002 09:34 PM ET (US)     Profile for lhg    
In 1992 or 1993, you could still order a "teak package" Montauk, which also came with the tan hull. But Reebock was already pushing the dealers not to sell these in favor of the white, all plastic ones instead.

The white model began with the 1991 30th anniversary edition.

dscew posted 02-07-2002 09:49 PM ET (US)     Profile for dscew    
Boston Whalers can and usually do sell for much more than the NADA valuations, which are ridiculously low. It depends on condition, engines, options, etc. I wouldn't be at all surprised to see a 92 Montauk on a trailer for $10K or even more. After all, looking at the prices for new ones, used Whalers (that last forever with even minimal maintenance) are pretty attractive. What does it have for power?

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