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Never Enough Time to Fish

Used boat & motor value

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Where can I find a "blue book" value for a used boat & motor?

Does anyone have any comments or advice about a 2000 Lund Rebel 16.5', 25hp Yamaha 4 stroke, Shorelander trailer, depth finder, Minnkota trolling motor, etc.? I do not know if it is the console or tiller model.

I have never owned a boat and was wondering if this sounds like a good first boat package? They are asking $5000.

Thanks for any advice,

Never Enough.....

[This message has been edited by Never Enough Time to Fish (edited 09-11-2003).]

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Depends on what shape its in and what trolling motor and depth finder it has.
This time of year is bad for sellers, good for buyers.
I personally would never buy above the low book value plus considering its fall I'd knock another 15% off.
If this boat is in excellent condition and it fits your needs then make them an offer.
Don't rush it cause its prolly not going anywhere.
You can go to nada.com and see what they say its worth.

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i had the same boat and sold it for alot more last year!!! heck ya it is a good deal!!

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Thank you to all who've replied. I went to look at the boat and am doing some more research.

Never Enough.....

p.s. Once I get a boat, I'll probably find/make more time to fish.

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