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Old 14 October 2015, 21:54   #1
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733s for sale in Hawaii

http://gsaauctions.gov/gsaauctions/aucindx/

I wonder how much to have shipped to the mainland?
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Old 14 October 2015, 22:10   #2
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I wonder how much to have shipped to the mainland?

The real question is can I move to Hawaii where the boat is?
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Old 14 October 2015, 22:42   #3
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The real question is can I move to Hawaii where the boat is?
Well, the boats are at Pearl Harbor, which is on the island of Oahu, so You probably could.

Probably a downgrade for you to go from single four stroke 250 to twin two stroke 150s though.
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Those Hurricanes look so nice!! Yeah lets see if anyone knows how much shipping will be. You just HAD to post the link lol, now I have to make room for an SR7.4 and a Hurricane 733!!! Twofootitus is real bad this season, I didnt even get a chance to launch the 22' Hurricane yet.
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Tworotor, I think you need a new hobby. Something small.

How about collecting salt shakers? Easier to store than boats.


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up to 6k on highest bid now, but reserve not met yet.

anyone want to guess what it will sell for?
i'm thinking definitely not less than 15.
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I'll guess $12.75k. Some people don't ont like etecs and they're ORANGE!
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I'll guess $12.75k. Some people font like etecs and they're ORANGE!
really?

I think one sold here recently with twin Honda 150s went for around 20, but those are 4 strokes.
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really?

I think one sold here recently with twin Honda 150s went for around 20, but those are 4 strokes.
It's psychological - people think two-strokes are bad.

Season, engine manufacturer, location, condition, color, etc.... It's all a crap shoot on what they'll go for. I don't really know the outboard market but I've seen $10-32k at auction for an outboard hurricane (with something bolted on the transom) .

Zip, I told you a friend got his H733 home for $20k (shipping, fees, taxes, etc) in good shape with twin Hondas and by the time he was done fixing it up, he was in for over $50k. That was starting with running Honda 150's with and decent tubes. People always underestimate when they are budgeting on a refurbishment - I know that I did.
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I will guess over 18k. I hear that Matson here in Oakland will be reasonable to use for shipping, gonna give them a call and get some quotes.
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