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value of my whaler
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posted 05-30-2002 12:59 PM ET (US)
I have a 1973 Cohasett that I'm considering selling. It's in good shape, some spider cracks, a few dings but very sound. It has a '91 Yamaha 90 on it that runs perfectly. What do you think it's worth. Includes a good galvanized trailer.
posted 05-30-2002 01:39 PM ET (US)
posted 05-30-2002 01:49 PM ET (US)
$3500-$4000 American. Maybe more if the Yamaha is in good shape. Regards, Jay
posted 05-30-2002 03:00 PM ET (US)
What Jay said.....I got my conversions screwed up.....sorry!
posted 05-30-2002 03:36 PM ET (US)
Bigshot, do you think that the value of the US dollar will continue to fall relative to other currencies? Does a falling dollar make well-kept, used Boston Whalers good investments, as their value may appreciate despite the growing recession?
posted 05-31-2002 10:05 AM ET (US)
Depends on where you live....no recession in the US anymore.
posted 05-31-2002 11:39 AM ET (US)
Bigshot, I'm happy to hear the recession is over. I wish my customers new that... Things are still slow in the Cinti area. But it can't last much longer.
I find that interesting that you would say that with the market where it is.
cohasset, if you filled out your profile and we knew where you were located we probably could give you a better idea of what your boat is really worth. Regards, Jay
posted 05-31-2002 11:52 AM ET (US)
Just because market and business profits are down....does not mean recession. There are many stages of the economy:
Recovery(upturn-where we are at)
There are also some other spots in there but you get the idea. Just like a wave. Things are known to lag behind this such as the market, real estate, etc.
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