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'64 13ft Whaler
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posted 01-05-2009 04:39 PM ET (US)
I have an old 1964 13 ft whaler and I was wondering what it might be worth. It has spider cracks on the inner and outer hull and the rail has some soft spots, especiall on the bow. I'd like to sell it and I don't know what it was worth. I was thinking a couple hundred dollars? Any help would be appreciated. I have pictures I can email to anyone who is interested. Thanks!
posted 01-05-2009 05:58 PM ET (US)
Might be worth more if you have the wood seats/console, bow light, stearn light, norman pin and rails.
posted 01-05-2009 08:40 PM ET (US)
I have a 64 also and its hard to tell sometimes what one person will give you for something over another. Some of things I would look for is 1- is it all original, what kind of shape is the gelcoat, and has it ever been painted over the gelcoat 2- does it have an operatinal motor and what HP?3- dose it have a trailer , how new and in what shape? Does it have all the original wood insets, seats, consol, side rails, bow rails, Binnicle. Is the motor an electric start? Electric tilt and trim? water in the hull? weight? does it have a stencil number? whats the number?, LIghts/, Norman pins, oar lockes?
These are just a few of the questions someone might ask and not at all all of them to get to a fair market price.
I think jeff here has a check list he uses when looking at boats that is around here somewhere...
Just trying to get you to think about the question and how those different parts may effect the asking price..If you got a lot of that above, you could ask for substantially more...
That all been said, a 64 in good shape(not perfect) could fetch a tidy sum:)
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