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Old 03 December 2007, 10:03   #1
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Whats the part ex Value?

Id like to know what a ball park part ex value on a outboard motor when approaching a reputable supplier.

ie a Evintrude 200hp with approx 900hrs what would the part ex to be on 2 x 150hp replacements (new)

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Old 03 December 2007, 13:20   #2
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If its an option i would suggest brokering with a dealer your 200 to get a good price and go to the cheapest supplier for the new ones Seamark nunns in Trimley St Martin Suffolk would be good for the brokerage
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Old 03 December 2007, 16:42   #3
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Pete, when I had my new Etec fitted part of the deal i struck with the dealer that supplied and fitted the Etec was to stick my old engine on a standin their workshop for one week while I listed it on eBay.

They also agreed to run it on muffs for the winning bidder to check it.

If the winning bidder wanted the engine rigged they could also have done that for him.

I sold a 1996 engine albeit in good condition with unknown hours for 1800 via ebay. I doubt a dealer would have offered me half that on a trade in.

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Old 06 December 2007, 08:50   #4
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Id like to know what a ball park part ex value on a outboard motor when approaching a reputable supplier.

ie a Evintrude 200hp with approx 900hrs what would the part ex to be on 2 x 150hp replacements (new)

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I reckon you'd get around 3k for that if you advertised it right.
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Old 06 December 2007, 09:49   #5
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Pete how old is the engine? Is it an Etec, DI or a Ficht

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Old 06 December 2007, 11:11   #6
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Its a Ficht, and its a 2003 engine...
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Jono Garton will take it off your hands at a fair price I'm sure

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