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1984 Montauk - PRICE REDUCED!!!
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posted 11-05-2008 08:58 PM ET (US)
1984 17’ unsinkable classic hull, used only on New Hampshire lakes
Great boat! Selling only to move up to Outrage
Apelco Fishfinder and depthmeter
Ritchie Explorer compass
72 quart Igloo cooler seat, with seat cushion and console backrest cushions, added new
Bow cushion, added new
Teak helmseat back, console doors, and bow locker cover, nicely maintained
1984 90 HP Johnson VRO outboard, rebuilt in 2002 by authorized Johnson dealer; new lower unit seals in Nov. 2006; motor has been well maintained and runs well
New battery in spring 2008
1998 galvanized Load Rite trailer, with new bunks and new tires in 2006
Canvas boat cover and center console cover
Asking $9995, but will consider best offer
posted 11-08-2008 12:53 AM ET (US)
try the 6500 range if you want to move this boat.
posted 11-08-2008 12:56 AM ET (US)
Honestly the motor is worth zero to $800. the hull about $4000.00. If you need to move this boat right now the prices I'm seeing are low.
posted 11-08-2008 10:47 AM ET (US)
4800 is off. I do think 7500-8000
posted 11-08-2008 03:47 PM ET (US)
Maybe I missed it.... but I'm not seeing where he asked for anyone input on the asking price....
posted 11-11-2008 08:03 AM ET (US)
I've seen older but well maintained Montauks with 1980 motors sell for as much as 11,000 in Florida.
All depends on condition and equipment, not age.
...don't you just enjoy people who snipe your ad
posted 11-11-2008 04:48 PM ET (US)
If this is the Montauk that's for sale on North Main St. in Laconia. She's in real nice shape. Stopped and looked at her quickly a few days ago. I already have an '84 Montauk, or I'd be interested. Based on other classics I've seen listed in NH, it's a fair price.
posted 11-11-2008 05:37 PM ET (US)
Wait until Spring! If we are in a Depression you may not want to buy an Outrage, If we aren't you're more likely to get near your asking price
posted 11-17-2008 10:27 AM ET (US)
Although I ended up deciding I was really interested in a 15-footer, this boat is very close to home so I asked for photos and more information. The seller was very responsive and courteous, the boat looks as close to mint as possible in a Whaler of that vintage, and the motor is a classic design which has just been rebuilt. If you have ever thought about getting a Montauk, this one's worth a look.
I cannot speak to value as that is highly subjective, but I would point out that an asking price is just that.
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