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Old 18 July 2008, 12:38   #1
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Im going to be selling a totally refurbished Zodiac hurricane 640 New paint,new tubes by,"Wing inc.", Newer outboard 250hp and all new electrical and electronics, Does Anyone know what a fair asking price would be for that? I know what i have into it so it wont go for cheap.....
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Old 18 July 2008, 13:27   #2
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Im going to be selling a totally refurbished Zodiac hurricane 640 New paint,new tubes by,"Wing inc.", Newer outboard 250hp and all new electrical and electronics, Does Anyone know what a fair asking price would be for that? I know what i have into it so it wont go for cheap.....
When I was looking at boats I used www.nadaguides.com and spoke with local boat owners to get an idea of what to pay for my boat. Maybe that will help you set a price?
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How about some pictures and some more info on the boat. Is it on a trailer?
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If you are looking to figure out what you should sell the boat for, my guess is that you add up your costs and tack on 25-30%. That would be your asking price, so you can assume somebody may want to negotiate the cost. If you get a 20% premium over your costs, that is a fair return on your money. My guess is that you can price that RIB somewhere between $25,000-45,000 depending on the condition of the haul and the quality of the repairs you made as well as the type of engine, how many hours on it, and if you have detailed service record of the maintence
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