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fair price for a trolling motor

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What do people think is a fair price for a 50 lb. thrust Minkota Endura (transom mount) that has been used for less than one year?
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Are you buying it or selling it? Not that it should really make a diff. just wondering. I do know that you can pick one up for $189.
So you will have to decide want you need for it or want you want to spend on it. I would think that the 100 range is about right. Does it still have a receipt with it. For warranty reasons?

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No warranty and I'm not trying to sell it on this site. A buddy of mine is going to buy it and I just wanted to shoot him a fair price on it. I thought 120-140 would be fair, but maybe I'm a little high. It has very few hours of use, but listening to you two I must be a little too optimistic on the money I can get for it.
Thanks for the input- I appreciate it.
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