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2007 E-TEC 150 25" Shaft, full Warrantee $11,000; NOS Johnsen 115 25" Shaft $6,000
|Author||Topic: 2007 E-TEC 150 25" Shaft, full Warrantee $11,000; NOS Johnsen 115 25" Shaft $6,000|
posted 06-09-2008 03:19 PM ET (US)
Detroit Metro Area -
These are from a Master Evinrude dealership. Someone is going to get a great deal for a Montauk (115) and part of a twin engine repower for a 25' Outrage or another boat that can handle the 20" shaft motors.
Contact Dorothy at Lockman's Hardware and Boats ( www.lockmans.com ) on Jefferson Ave in Detroit.
These folks are straight shooters and great to work with.
I hope someone from the site gets these great discounted motors. The 115 would be perfect for a Montauk or a slightly rough around the edges 18' Outrage...not too glitzy and at a great price.
posted 06-09-2008 03:21 PM ET (US)
Apologies for the typo in my headline - the 150 E-TEC is a long shaft (20"). It is NOT an XL Shaft (25").
posted 06-09-2008 03:24 PM ET (US)
Okay...I'm clearly having a Monday.
posted 06-09-2008 08:07 PM ET (US)
Ed's has the 2008's for cheaper!
posted 06-09-2008 08:09 PM ET (US)
Well the e-tec is the same $$ but newer. Is the 115 a 2 smoke or 4 smoke?
posted 06-10-2008 05:43 PM ET (US)
Motor only or with prop and controls?
I can get a 150 20" E-TEC installed here with everything, propeller and 7% tax included for $12,999
posted 06-10-2008 07:47 PM ET (US)
This is from our local dealer - great people to deal with - Barnacle Bills Marine - NJ
"The 2009 models are coming in so our 2008's must go. All prices include all new controls, cables, wire harness, system check tach, oil tank, prop and all labor to install and test run in the water. Also all engine come with the standard 3 year warranty plus another 2 for 5 years, if purchased by the end of this month. All are white saltwater motors with trim and tilt."
E40DSLSC $5,635.00 plus tax
posted 06-11-2008 07:08 PM ET (US)
I'm just a messenger on this one. I was in the dealership and noticed these and thought I'd share with the membership here in case someone could benefit.
A couple of thoughts though:
My position remains steadfast that you can always find a better price; but trust me when I tell you that this is a great dealership with excellent customer service before, during and after the sale. I tow my boat across Michigan to buy from them because they are that good.
If you are in the market for one of these motors, you should at least stop by and have a conversation with these folks. My experience with outboard sales is that you generally don't pay the asking price - it is negotiated some - just like a car (never pay sticker).
posted 06-11-2008 09:07 PM ET (US)
This is off-topic I know, but the prices listed above show what a premium one would pay to re-power with twins. A single 300 hp engine is $6k less than twin 150's. I hope I win the megabucks some day so that I don't have to make that decision when the time comes and I can just slap on twins again. It sure would be hard to justify the extra cost on a working man's wage. Hopefully, I get many good years out of my 2-smokes.
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