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Old 17 August 2009, 13:45   #1
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Breaking up 6m rib

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Due to a new project i may be breaking up my current 6m ply epoxy rib, Can anyone give me an idea of the current market value of a Mariner 90, 4 stroke 2001, 280 hrs,long shaft, a few scrapes on the covers but engine as clean as a whistle, new impeller and service this spring.Also there may be a Snipe R17-1300kg trailer, 18 months old.not the one in the picture
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Old 17 August 2009, 14:30   #2
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surely better to sell it as a whole package?
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surely better to sell it as a whole package?
Or if you need it off the driveway fast donate it to my scouts
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surely better to sell it as a whole package?
The hull has slight impact damage on the port side that requires repair, also with the boat being of a home built plywood construction i'm not sure people would be to keen to purchase, i feel maybe the construction of the boat would de-value the engine, trailer etc etc.I think i would get more for it in parts at the moment. I will repair it and sell it at a later date.
Maybe i'm wrong??
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quick get me a chair i feel faint !!
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The hull has slight impact damage on the port side that requires repair, also with the boat being of a home built plywood construction i'm not sure people would be to keen to purchase, i feel maybe the construction of the boat would de-value the engine, trailer etc etc.I think i would get more for it in parts at the moment. I will repair it and sell it at a later date.
Maybe i'm wrong??
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I'd stick it on eBay with a reserve and see what you get.
Just because its a home build doesn't make it a bad boat.
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I'd stick it on eBay with a reserve and see what you get.
Just because its a home build doesn't make it a bad boat.
I'd go along with that. What are you after for it?
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