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How much is it worth?

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Just a quick question on an approximate price. My uncle may be selling his boat, and going bigger and newer and I could possibly have a chance to buy it. How much would a 16 foot Alumacraft with a 50 yamaha, steering Console, depth findr live well carpeted floors and trailer be worth? I have a general idea, just wanted to get some others input on it, oh and its about 15 years old I think.

Thanks.

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Check completed sales on the auction site, or look on HSO-Classifieds

You can call a dealer too, but you will need model number and year info

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NADA doesn't do a very good job of estimating what a boat / motor is really worth.

Your best bet is to check places that have boats for sale to see what they're going for or call a dealer and see if he'll help you out.

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Check with dealers, Craig's List, for sales on here, etc. Should get a good estimate of what it's worth.

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i would start with 1500 to $2000 if he doent like that dont go over 5000 on it... a 2003 alumacraft is worth $10,000

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i would start with 1500 to $2000 if he doent like that dont go over 5000 on it... a 2003 alumacraft is worth $10,000

depends on the model and motor size

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The original post was about a 15 yr old 16 ft boat with a 50 hp.

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