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coombia21

i am going to be selling my skeeter i have a question

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i am going to be selling my 2003 skeeter zx 2050 with a yamaha 250 salt water series motor on it nice trailer couple of fish finders and gps on it trolling motor what should i ask for it

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ABOS says the boat books at 19,600 (Retail) with an 250HPDI and wholesale of 14k -16k. It is definately a desirable boat as the market moves more toward fiberglass but I think it will be difficult to get more than upper teens out of it. For comparison we will soon have a 2005 19' triton with a 200opti that we will be listing for $19,995.

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How do the ABOS Marine Blue Book boat values and the NADA Guide boat values generally compare? Do you have to buy the ABOS books or can the values be view for free via internet webpages??

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The ABOS Values are more reflective of the value than the NADA guides.

As far as I know there's no free webpage to view the ABOS value.

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As a dealer we rely more on ABOS but you would have to purchase a book or go into a dealer to get an ABOS value.

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ABOS is commonly referred to as "Blue Book". It is a guide to help determine the value of a boat, however market conditions, area, time of year, ect also play into a true value.

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