• LoopSkiLoopSki Posts: 980 Mega Baller
    If you get 20k I applaud you! Lol
  • This ad has popped up a few times last year it was 16k. Not sure he actually wants to sell it I see it on Craigslist all the time.
  • Cooper_TrelawneyCooper_Trelawney Posts: 367 Crazy Baller
    @BoatyMcBoatFace best user ID on this forum. I love it!
    Travis Anderson, Texas waterfront REALTOR
  • HMan66HMan66 Posts: 92 Baller
    @BoatyMcBoatFace I want to sell it. I had the boat sold in April and the engine let go on the test drive. Installed a new engine in June. So Cal is a tough market for a closed bow slalom boat.
  • LeonLLeonL Posts: 2,796 Crazy Baller
    What @LoopSki said X10.
    Leon Leonard Stillwater Lake KY - SR Driver SR Judge
  • bananaronbananaron Posts: 573 Mega Baller
    All I can say is prices are high for everything!! Good luck I hope you sell it.....I know one thing for sure I am not buying anything.
    Ron Engblom Brainerd lakes,minnesota
  • 6balls6balls Posts: 6,128 Mega Baller
    if @bananaron isn't buying...the market is really bad.
    Dave Ross--die cancer die
  • r_maniakr_maniak Posts: 34 Baller
    Looks clean... and with the new motor... If that boat were in WI/MN/MI, it would sell for $20k in a weekend given the current market for boats up here!
  • swc5150swc5150 Posts: 2,617 ★★★Triple Panda Award Recipient ★★★
    I'm not sure about that? There's a local '94 205 here in eastern WI trying to get $20k and it's been for sale for a month now.
    Scott Calderwood
  • BraceMakerBraceMaker Posts: 5,203 Mega Baller
    Its hard to value boats with crate swaps. Most people sort of expect a boat to come with a working engine so you tend to eat about half the new engine cost sometimes more.

    That said I can see a 205 going for a lot. There still arent many boats out there that tick all those boxes.
  • BrennanKMNBrennanKMN Posts: 590 Crazy Baller
    @BraceMaker I agree. I almost never see a reason why it has a brand new motor too. That just leaves questions in my mind, usually not positive ones.
  • HMan66HMan66 Posts: 92 Baller
    @BrennanKMN like what kind of questions?
  • skihackerskihacker Posts: 507 Crazy Baller
    Like how in the world did you pop a pretty bullet proof motor? It happens but usually takes something a little neglect-ish.
  • HMan66HMan66 Posts: 92 Baller
    @skihacker and I’d agree with that, but two other owners put 935 hours on it before I bought it. I found a few indicators of poor maintenance after the fact. I have taken excellent care if it since I bought it. Anything that wasn’t right has been repaired or replaced.
  • BrennanKMNBrennanKMN Posts: 590 Crazy Baller
    Then be forth coming and honest if there is nothing to hide?

    If you said that in your ad, as a buyer, I might continue to read. If someone just said it is a new motor without any details I assume it was because of neglect.

    If you were looking at a car with 75,000 miles and it had a new engine put in, wouldn't you want to know why?
  • HMan66HMan66 Posts: 92 Baller
    edited August 2021
    @BrennanKMN that's also a great point, and I have been very forthcoming with any interested buyers and have answered all their questions honestly. Neglect is one issue, failure of an internal part is another. I bought a Chevy Tahoe last year with 150k miles. 2 months later I had to spend $4K because a valve lifter failed even though the CARFAX showed regular maintenance on the vehicle. I've only owned the boat 4 years and I think I put a lot of information in the ad of the repairs I have done since I've owned it and I have nothing to hide about the boat. It was even inspected by a Mastercraft dealer the week before the motor let go and they gave the boat a clean bill of health.
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