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Bill B posted 07-27-2009 01:14 AM ET (US)   Profile for Bill B   Send Email to Bill B  
This boat is brand new, never registered, never in water, never had a motor mounted, never had an oar lock mated with an oar. No one has set foot on board. Brand new EZ Loader galvanized trailer. The boat and trailer have been stored inside with storage cover since purchased new from a dealer in 2003. This boat is 200% perfect and certainly the last of the classic wood interior models. Absloute Collector condition. This is a one in a life time opportunity to own this legend.

If you want to actually use this boat, this model is of considerably less weight than the newer model and fits perfect on a 45, 47, 49 Bayliner or Meridian Piolt House Motor Yacht bridge and meets lifting davit and deck weight specifications.

Boat is located in the Pacific Northwest, Portland OR.

Will consider offers over $8,400. USD

rong posted 07-28-2009 09:27 AM ET (US)     Profile for rong    
$8400 for a 11 foot boat?? That's $740 a
Bill B posted 07-29-2009 01:16 AM ET (US)     Profile for Bill B  Send Email to Bill B     
As a brand new one of, it is worth every cent! Have you ever seen brand new Whaler interior wood? If I had room in my house I would put the boat inside to look at, it so handsome.

I just sold my 1998 15 dauntless for $1,000. a foot and although in excellent condition, had 300 hours on it. Don't forget the trailer in your equation.

Thanks for your comments

R T M posted 07-29-2009 06:54 AM ET (US)     Profile for R T M    
When Classic Whalers become collector items like `67 Camaros we`ll all be rich. Unfortinually, I don`t see that happening. Let us know if you sell it for that price, or you can put a glass top on it and use it for a coffee table, (a rather large one)


dscew posted 07-29-2009 09:02 AM ET (US)     Profile for dscew    
It's worth what it sells for. In this economy, for $8K it should have a motor, too. Rich, personally, I'll take a '67 GTO over the Camaro, or a Charger with a hemi.
Bill B posted 07-29-2009 01:59 PM ET (US)     Profile for Bill B  Send Email to Bill B     
Actually I have a second 1998 11' tender with a 2003 15 Mercury 2 stroke on it with only 5 hours including a Calkins galvanized trailer that I used as an on board tender for my former 47 Bayliner pilot house motor yacht. It has been slightly used, is in excellend condition and is currently listed for the same price. The difference is brand new verses used.

I thought about the glass top table, but it is a bit too big for that. If I had my old 9' tender it would be upstairs rite now!

If you want an inexpensive boat, Whaler is not the answer, if you want a boat that offers real value and everything else the brand provides that we all know so well, there is no other boat to own. My history has proven their ability to hold there worth depending of course on how they are cared for.

When it comes to classic cars, I'll take a 69 Boss 302 Mustang or 69 Z 28 Camero.

ryanwhaler posted 07-29-2009 04:56 PM ET (US)     Profile for ryanwhaler  Send Email to ryanwhaler     
Picts?? .... not intersted just curious
skred posted 07-30-2009 12:32 PM ET (US)     Profile for skred  Send Email to skred     
Gee, Twin Cities Marine had a 2005 11 footer brand new, on factory supplied trailer, and sold it for less that $5,300, and they're a Whaler dealer!
Tohsgib posted 07-30-2009 12:44 PM ET (US)     Profile for Tohsgib  Send Email to Tohsgib     
What is wrong you people? If he wants 2million for it that is his business, not yours. He wrote a good ad, listing the boat in a detailed manner. The boat is not a 2005 Brunswick double the weight bathtub looking POS, it is a classic 225lb beauty that a certain person wants for his immaculately restore 31 Bertie that he has $300k into and wants what he wants. Where else would you find a boat like this? Sorta like posting for a brand new 16 Nauset new in box for $25k and everyone chiming in that it was only $2500 new...blah blah blah. Leave the man alone.

I suggest you start a new thread and let this one die.

Plotman posted 07-30-2009 02:17 PM ET (US)     Profile for Plotman  Send Email to Plotman     
Rohebo posted 07-30-2009 02:20 PM ET (US)     Profile for Rohebo  Send Email to Rohebo     
I love those solid lifter small blocks as well.
Tohsgib posted 07-30-2009 02:34 PM ET (US)     Profile for Tohsgib  Send Email to Tohsgib     
Yeah but the wreacked havoc on the clutches due to high RPM's during launch and redline. Nothing sweeter sounding than a 69 DZ302 Maro though at 6500rpm.
R T M posted 07-30-2009 03:26 PM ET (US)     Profile for R T M    
Nothing sweeter sounding than a flathead Ford with glasspacks pulling into the nighborhood drive-in movie on a Saturday night in the mid fifties, before the OHV Chevy 265 was born and screwed everything up.


dscew posted 07-30-2009 03:49 PM ET (US)     Profile for dscew    
I had one of those flatheads in a 53 Ford Victoria back in the day. I used to drive it through Porky's drive-in in the late 60s. Man, they ran hot. There's a resurgence of the flathead motors these days, I saw a special on them last week on the Speed channel. BTW, that 265 (later 283) was no slouch either.
floatinghat posted 07-30-2009 08:59 PM ET (US)     Profile for floatinghat  Send Email to floatinghat     
es-ept a lot of those 265's never had an oil filter.

One word Yenko!

witsendfl posted 08-01-2009 05:56 PM ET (US)     Profile for witsendfl  Send Email to witsendfl     
A little confused here! This is a NEW boat made in 1999. A 11 footer that is 11 years old...but it is NEW. I wish I could market boats like this "AS NEW"...WOW

A better way would be "SHOWS AS NEW"

Who is responsible for the initial TAXES on the boat
You or the NEW owner?????


Jim K

Keeper posted 08-01-2009 10:32 PM ET (US)     Profile for Keeper  Send Email to Keeper     
You're all flashing.
You want something worth looking for?
Look to a Yamaha TZ 750 2-Stroke.
140+HP @ the real wheel.
Better be under contract with the devil to ride it !!


David Pendleton posted 08-01-2009 11:19 PM ET (US)     Profile for David Pendleton  Send Email to David Pendleton     
Leave the man alone.

I agree.

Bill B posted 08-03-2009 02:17 AM ET (US)     Profile for Bill B  Send Email to Bill B     
Wow. this has been a learning experience. I have looked at this web sight on and off for years. I thought it was a forum for Loyal Whaler fans and people who actually may have purchased one, owned one or aspires to own one. For me, I am on number six moving on to number 7. With the newest (2003 210 Outrage, I currently own three). I love the brand and what it represents. If you have ever bought an new one, (3 time for me) you know these boats don't come cheep, nonetheless people pay the big bucks for the safest boat on the water.

Most of these replys appear to be from know it all's who obviously have too much time on their hands (wasn't there a song with that name?) It is doubtfull any of them own even a semi new Whaler product and would likely not know what to do with it if they did.

By the way, the boat is brand new, the taxes will be paid by whom ever registers it. I don't know what more defination you need.

I thought real Whaler people would appreciate the opportunity and may be interested in something unique. I will know better next time.

For those of you who had reasonable comments, thanks. For the rest of you, get a life and perhaps join the Grady White or Edgewater owners web sight, they deserve you.

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