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Old 23 June 2014, 05:28   #11
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so I'm also asking what they generally sell for as that "market" value is also as important as what "I" think its worth.
Final reply; There is no "universal market" value.

Brand new in the UK the Bombard, Outboard and trailer would cost about 6k to buy new today, so somewhere around 2k is what I'd be looking to pay for an 8 year old very good condition outfit. ( others might think more or think less)
In the USA I'd probably be paying $6k new, $2k used, as these things tend to be cheaper there.
I've no idea what such a package would cost new In Australia, or it's resale value. You live there, you've been looking for an outfit for some time, you should be telling me.

Finally if you are making a joke use the Smilies so everyone knows.
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Old 23 June 2014, 05:34   #12
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Most of the members on the site are UK based, our experience of values is irrelevant to your geographical location.

However if the rig was in the UK it would be priced around 2-3000, with the biggest chunk being the engine.

Individual values:
Aerotech: 600 -1000
Trailer: 200 -400
Engine: 1000-2000 (Its an odd engine for sibs, 4 stroke and short shaft and is too heavy to be transportable)
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Old 24 June 2014, 03:36   #13
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i very rarely locally see 380s sold where i am at or futuras, mostly used cheapo imports like promarines etc.

thanks landlocked for answering the question. that gives me something to go off.

based on that both seem to be a fair price. the 380 would be much easier to transport when we cant trail a boat, but the flip side it wont be as structural or easy to use for spearing etc. the main thing that concerns me with the 380 is the engine, ill take a compression tester with me and if all looks good ill likely buy it.
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Old 24 June 2014, 03:53   #14
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i would be more concerned with the weight of a 30 four stroke on a 3.8 sib if your using it on your own .mine has a 25 two stroke and suffers bad porpoising on anything but flat water and im thinking my outboards too heavy for the boats length its ok with my mrs sat in the bow but a little scary if im on my own . if your going out with a few on board it probably wont be an issue for you
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Old 24 June 2014, 04:27   #15
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nah the 380 has a 2 stroke 30.

im sure there are things I could do with glue and grails type products to improve its fish ability, like a combined rocket launcher and bait board at the back.
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Old 03 July 2014, 04:58   #16
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How did you go with the RIB? I am in Sydney and it sounds pretty cheap for our market if it's in good condition.
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Old 06 July 2014, 01:51   #17
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hi there Kub, which RIB were you referring to?
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Old 06 July 2014, 05:07   #18
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I was talking about the Aerotec. I The 30hp has to be worth $1500 to $2000 on its own and a registered trailer at least $500 and then the boat has to be worth something.

Of course everything has to do with condition.
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Old 06 July 2014, 07:57   #19
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yeah thats what id thought, same with the zodiac, but seems the folk on here dont see the value in used 380s or futuras.
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SpearRib,

You can always make a hostile offer after having a close look at the whole package. What could be expensive for you could be cheap to others willing to pay the full price. If in mint cond, don't take to long to buy it as you could lose rope and goat..

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