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bob1008 posted 06-14-2008 05:19 PM ET (US)   Profile for bob1008   Send Email to bob1008  
In excellent condition. Over-maintained by fastidious owner. 1999 Honda 130 4-stroke with 25" lower-unit(A great engine). Engine hours 350. 1991 Magic Tilt Bunk single axle trailer. Buddy bearings, LCD lights. Extras- Stainless stell skeg guard on Honda, Edson wheel control, Compass, All canvas blue sunbrella, Bimini top with cover, Custom console cover, Custom swivel chair covers, Custom rear seat cover, Full rear seat (like new), Teak trim on gunwale doors, 20 rod holders. Electronics: Autohelm Sport auto-pilot, Lowrance LXX15MT fishfinder, Garmin 230 GPS, Jensen AM/FM CD player, Amplified Am/FM antenna. Two Pioneer marine speakers. Hailer Speaker, Built in Duracharge dual battery charger.(just plug in and it maintains charge).Dual 12 volt batteries with battery switch. Auto bilge with helm controls.
I don't think you will find another Boston Whaler that has more extras and is this clean. Honda 4-Stroke 130 runs like a dream. Stored indoors. I'm having the boat waxed and bottom painted at the boatyard, and will probably put in the water next week. I just do not have the time for this boat. Email me if you have questions or would like to see it. $16,900.00 Located in Fall River, MA

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bob1008 posted 06-14-2008 09:58 PM ET (US)     Profile for bob1008  Send Email to bob1008     
Sold. Thank you .
Arcturus posted 06-14-2008 10:54 PM ET (US)     Profile for Arcturus  Send Email to Arcturus     
Less than 5 hours. Good job and nice boat.
Wasatch Whaler posted 06-15-2008 08:27 AM ET (US)     Profile for Wasatch Whaler  Send Email to Wasatch Whaler     
This quick sale of a gorgeous boat bears out LHG's comments in the thread "Concerning News about OEM'S" General Area forum. He was spot on:

"I have also noticed that the used Whalers which sell best, and are the most sought after, are prime specimens of desireable models, in beautiful shape, with a high price tag on them. The hundreds of mediocre boats, and particularly the fixer-upper specials, are gettimg much harder to sell. They are fairly common, with a lot to choose from, and going cheap. This, once again, indicates that even Whalering is heading back to the well off, who appreciate fine things, and who don't mind paying top dollar for a top condition classic Whaler, the older the better."

decnbu posted 06-15-2008 12:48 PM ET (US)     Profile for decnbu  Send Email to decnbu     
Do you mind me asking what it sold for...I'm in the market for a similar type boat....
bob1008 posted 06-15-2008 10:08 PM ET (US)     Profile for bob1008  Send Email to bob1008     
It sold for full asking. I'm amazed at the amount of inquiries I'm continuing to get. Funny, when something like this happens, you second guess yourself and think "did I underprice this"? I'm happy with the price I got and I'm especially happy that it is going to a BW enthusiast who knew exactly what he wanted and was just waiting for the right one to come along.

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