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1993 19ft Outrage
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posted 02-26-2008 07:58 AM ET (US)
Have a Real Nice 19ft 93 Outrage for Sale. 93 150 Evinrude.
1. Furuno 1650 GPS
2. Furuno 600 Depth
3. Icom 502 Radio with Cammand Mic.
4. Dual Battery
5. Salt Water Wash
6. Live Bait Well
7. New Bimini
8. Mills Cover
9. LED Deck Lights (Red & White)
10.Loadrite Trailer,New Axel,Springs,Brakes,Keel Rollers & Bunks.
SS Prop (Spare Alluminum)
Motor profesionly maintained.
$ 15,500 OBO
Will send Pic's if anybody is intrested.
posted 03-01-2008 03:00 PM ET (US)
U guy's think the price is not competitive...??
Why have I not recieved any feed back...???
posted 03-01-2008 03:08 PM ET (US)
Price is not the issue...the market is. I would do a little work to get your photos posted to a public photo hosting site (such as photobucket.com) so interested parties can see the boat.
The great lakes region is just defrosting from a very cold January and February...boat sales really pick up in May, so your listing may be a bit early for folks up here.
Where is the boat located?
I would not budge on the price (depending on how bad you need to sell) until mid July - I think you're probably spot on.
The above is predicated on the advertised hull being in "really nice" condition - meaning "really" better than average in all respects.
And again...with the economy the way it is, it could take some time to move.
Good luck with your sale!
posted 03-01-2008 05:47 PM ET (US)
Thanks...for the feedback...
The boat is in Freeport Long Island..
I am new at this pic thing..Have more..just got to get them on the net
posted 03-01-2008 06:36 PM ET (US)
You would likely do better on craigslist.
Folks on this forum are looking for mint boats at bargain prices (but aren't we all?). For the most part they are a very discriminating group that is very knowledgable about Boston Whalers. If you want to sell your rig here you had darn well do your best to market it in a proper manner. This means great photos of a great rig (one blurry photo from a helicopter is not enough). Even if your rig looks great in person you better make certain your photos portray it that way. The majority of the folks on this site do not live within easy driving distance of your location, nor do they appreciate that a boat that has seen salt water can still be a great boat. Even if your price is spot on everything is still market dependant. We've had a mild winter here on LI, but folks in the midwest are still frozen in twiddling their thumbs waiting for spring (I've been boating all winter and my buddies have started putting their rigs back in the water already; there are folks on this forum creating puzzles to solve to alleviate their boredom since they can't splash their rigs yet).
Good luck however it works out!
posted 03-02-2008 07:49 AM ET (US)
posted 03-02-2008 09:45 AM ET (US)
Yeah, take good photos from all angles. There's no such thing as too many photos. Inside console, engine cowling removed, deck plates removed, etc etc
Also more detailed info -- engine hours, maintenance, bottom paint, are you original owner?
And of course a lower asking price could motivate someone who's far away to make a long drive.
posted 03-02-2008 03:28 PM ET (US)
Al, I wouldn't drop your price, you can always drop the price later , but it is hard to raise. From the one picture it looks like it might be nice, so yes do the marketing thing more pictures, Craiglist and get a for sale sign on it and out where it is visible. I like the size and layout of that boat, all the peole coming back from the boat shows with sticker shock on the new Whalers will consider yours!...........Jack
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