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Old 04 July 2015, 12:19   #1
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Ribeye 600 Valuation?

What's a nice condition 2004 Ribeye 600 with Yamaha 115 4 stroke 300hrs and roller trailer worth approximately?
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Old 04 July 2015, 12:30   #2
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About 16k.

Ribeye A600 with Yamaha F115 AETL and SBS R2/1800EL trailer
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Old 04 July 2015, 13:15   #3
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Thanks for your input, anyone else?
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If you can get a new-style (i.e. post 2007 change) A600 for only 2-3k more then I really don't see 16k being a realistic value for a 2003, regardless of its condition and upgrades. In the last 6 months I know of a couple of 2009/10 boats that have sold quickly at advertised prices les than 20k, albeit fairly basically-equipped ones.

I wouldn't get too fussed about having a 115, it'll only give you a knot or 2 extra at WOT. Buying a more recent 100 is probably better value for money, especially if you can get the newer style.
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Old 04 July 2015, 14:19   #5
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are ribeye good boats? i'd have thought be better buys for 16k knocking about?

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Old 04 July 2015, 18:08   #7
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Thanks for the input, I'm picking my new (to me) one up in the morning 👍
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Thanks for the input, I'm picking my new (to me) one up in the morning 👍
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Ribeye 600 Valuation?

Jesus! Is there no end to knocking people on here?

Ok, I came up with a price based on what I paid 2 years ago plus upgrades and a new higher capacity trailer. A simple "I don't think your boat is worth x because of......... And a better price of y might be more appropriate" would be better than snide remarks.

Good luck in your search Superjetjim, and if you were interested we could discuss the price, but maybe away from here.


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Old 05 July 2015, 17:04   #10
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Jesus! Is there no end to knocking people on here?
Man up man! That was a tickle not a knock.

Back in the day, you would've been hammered to bits by the old guard for letting a inaccurate or slightly daft comment go. This place is lightly perfumed and lined with cotton wool these days.
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