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Old 12 February 2014, 05:23   #1
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Thoughts on price for my 5.4sr

Who better to ask for a fair price than you guys. I have 5.4m sr that I have taken the engine from for my other searider. It is now sat bare on a trailer.
Do I sell without engine or source a 2s 90 or 4s lump for it??
Just looking at a price you guys think it's realistically worth

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Old 12 February 2014, 05:26   #2
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The engine is now off the sr
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Old 12 February 2014, 06:19   #3
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Who better to ask for a fair price than you guys. I have 5.4m sr that I have taken the engine from for my other searider. It is now sat bare on a trailer.
Do I sell without engine or source a 2s 90 or 4s lump for it??
Just looking at a price you guys think it's realistically worth

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No idea what it's worth, but unless you can steal an engine from somewhere & make a profit on the engine, I'd just sell the boat as it is. By the time you've buggered about finding/fitting an engine, you wouldn't make anything on it & all you're doing is raising the selling price of the outfit for no nett gain. The hull will be more attractive to an "enthusiast" who wants a project & to source & fit his/her own engine. They might even already have an engine & be looking for a hull to fit it to.

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Old 12 February 2014, 07:03   #4
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Yeah that was my train of thought too. The hull, tubes, console, nice a frame all in great condition but no idea what price to ask
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