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19NAUSET63 posted 04-21-2008 09:58 AM ET (US)   Profile for 19NAUSET63   Send Email to 19NAUSET63  
I have a boat that I have decided to sell. It is a 1963 Nauset. I am the second registered owner, it is a freshwater boat. The hull is solid and looks great with some spider cracks in the aft in the interior. . Here are the details:
*New console that was built by a cabinetmaker in mahogany from the original plans..
*The trailer is a Holsclaw, also original, with spare.
*The console has not been installed, drilled or otherwise compromised. I finished it.
*The bench seat has been refinished, but is not assembled.
*I have the front and side rails with new brackets for the front rail as well as the old ones..
*I also have a Morse MT-2 that was re-chromed by Browns in Kentucky (a Harley chrome place)
*I have some spectrum gelcoat in the white and blue for addressing the gelcoat spider cracks.
*Original forward enclosure and bimini tops. Fair condition with white fiberglass supports. The forward enclosure could use some of the newer clear material for viewing.

Is it realistic to expect to get $4500 without a motor for this package? I have toyed around with buying an OMC 85-100 HP motor and selling it for more, but I would like some thoughts. The boat is in Michigan and I will try to post some pictures in the next few days. Thanks.

John from Madison CT posted 04-22-2008 07:16 AM ET (US)     Profile for John from Madison CT  Send Email to John from Madison CT     
I would agree that it's probably worth that much.

How about posting some photo links for us to get a good look.

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