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190 Montauk For Sale
|Author||Topic: 190 Montauk For Sale|
posted 07-12-2008 04:12 PM ET (US)
My 190 2007 Montauk is for Sale. 115 HP with 49 hours and 6 year warrenty. Full cushions and aft seating, two large Tackle drawers in aft for storage. Bimini top, spare tire mounted on trailer. Fishing package, swim platform and live well. 2008 Lowrance LCX 28HD GPS/FF included. 33k. My email is email@example.com
posted 12-13-2008 04:03 AM ET (US)
Did you have to cut the gelcoat to mount your aft tackle boxes? If so, did you use a jig saw or something else?
posted 12-14-2008 11:19 PM ET (US)
For comparison purposes, good luck with the sale.
posted 12-14-2008 11:21 PM ET (US)
posted 12-15-2008 12:27 AM ET (US)
chopbuster, are you buying or selling? you are just being a doucebag. Let me define:
Urban Dictionary: doucebag
posted 12-15-2008 07:26 AM ET (US)
It seems the Boat listed on Boattrader has no trailer, 3 years less warranty and does not specify hours. Taking these into consideration, the asking prices may be comparable.
posted 12-15-2008 07:31 AM ET (US)
Check that, it does have a trailer.
posted 12-15-2008 09:08 AM ET (US)
Newtauk - if you are going to quote a "dictionary", at least spell the word right. It's a douche that one attaches said bag to.
Chop- I disagree with the way newtauk went about it, but jeez man, leave the poor sellers alone. In the example you cite, you are comparing a northern, likely mainly freshwater boat (Near Harrisburg PA), to one in south Florida on the Gulf.
I'd likely pay well over a 10% premium for a northern boat as their seasons are shorter, and less exposure to harsh sun and salt.
posted 12-15-2008 10:22 AM ET (US)
In my opinion, the 19' is also underpowered compared to the 16' dauntlass.
posted 12-15-2008 10:25 AM ET (US)
Please disregard my earlier post as I selected the wrong thread.
posted 12-15-2008 11:24 AM ET (US)
Plotman. That was a cut and paste from /www.urbandictionary.com . It is spelled correctly as an urban term.
Chopbuster is the prince of cut, paste and link. I thought the definition suited his actions on this site well. Yes. my comments were harsh after reading them again, but do a search on Chopbuster and you will find a trend of trolling and little to no positive contributions.
I think this boat s priced fairly. They are in high demand.
posted 12-15-2008 08:11 PM ET (US)
Dang! The shoes should start flying soon... :-)
posted 12-15-2008 09:58 PM ET (US)
my bad. I was wrong to make the harsh insulting comments. I just think the marketplace is for buying and selling, not anything else.
posted 12-15-2008 11:04 PM ET (US)
I am shocked that JimH left such a crude and ignorant posting, such as yours, in this thread.
Mudkap has posted in a forum, not a classified ads site. As such, one can expect commentary and opinion. If you disagree, post your own thoughts and avoid a commentary in which you literally disgrace yourself.
Mudkap- you may wish to post what you are looking to sell your boat for to put the dialogue to rest.
Good luck with your sale.
posted 12-16-2008 12:06 AM ET (US)
lizard.Is this really any of your business? You are correct this is a forum. My comment was crude not ignorant. I regret it. I should have used the word "Jerk". I am sure you have heard that one often.
chopbuster should not have posted that link. What's the point? Again, he is neither buying nor selling so he should not post on the thread. I am 100% correct in this period.
Many on this site will not offer goods in the Marketplace because of trolling by folks like cb. Do a search and you will see comments by many members supporting this.
I am sorry you are shocked.Ooooohhh. It will be ok, don't worry.
posted 12-16-2008 11:55 AM ET (US)
Jim gave up on this section years ago and hence does not monitor it for the most part. Posts like CB are common and one of the problems in this area. It seems that when a member posts a price on the high side people will rip them a new one. Then you have certain people who post expensive goods and people praise them for the condition even though it is a ripoff....who knows who cares. What Mudkap needs to do is wait until 1/1 and start anew thread with links to his pics and "maybe" a revised price or a Best offer thrown in. Remember $32,950 looks a LOT better than 33k.
posted 12-16-2008 02:39 PM ET (US)
The sale in question here was presented in an appropriate fashion with an appropriate asking price. You are free to disagree, but only the seller knows exactly what the boat is worth, as he will ultimately decide its selling price. If the asking price seemed high to some, it was probably by design leaving room for "negotiation". Many inexperienced sellers list asking prices at what they expect to sell for and, since most buyers feel the need to negotiate, this puts such sellers in a difficult position. No one wants to feel as though they paid "asking price".
It also seems as though some here feel that fellow "CWers" should be offering some special discount for the products they list for sale.
posted 12-16-2008 05:41 PM ET (US)
Again. I should never responded in the manner I did. It was rude. Good luck with the sale of a very nice boat.Someone will be happy.
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