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value of 67 nausett .
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posted 10-01-2002 02:16 AM ET (US)
I have a 67 nausett. it has all of it's factory wood seats, bow cover, console, and factory canvas. The wood is in great condition, as is the canvas. The canvas has no rot what so ever. the hull has some minor scratches in the gellcoat. there has been no water intrusion in the hull.The boat was never left in the water. and was dry stored in tobacco barns for the Ma winters.90% of it's use was in fresh water. The transom has the factory stenceled hull number on it, in perfect condition. the hull has been repowered with a yamaha 100 4-cycle (2001). It has only had one owner other than me. If anyone has an idea of what a boat of this year and condition is going for, please let me know.
posted 10-01-2002 09:50 AM ET (US)
A+ condition will have some classic value. I would try to sell potential collector item.
A decent 67 with new power could go as high as 6to7K. A mint condition "collectors" boat may do better?
posted 10-01-2002 11:11 AM ET (US)
Museum quality is one thing. A decent 16 with a $8k engine will fetch about $8k.....sorry, nobody ever said repowering was great for immediate resale.
posted 10-01-2002 07:19 PM ET (US)
A near-perfect NAUSET ought to be worth at least what a Montauk should fetch.
Show me Montauks in perfect condition with brand new Yamaha 4-strokes for $ 8,000 and I'll buy one! (Maybe)
posted 10-01-2002 09:23 PM ET (US)
Gonna disagree Jim....A 89 Montauk with a 01 4 stroke might bring $12-13k max if really nice. A 35 year old hull will definately bring down the price if really nice. Like I said a "decent" hull may bring $8k. Basically we need more info.
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