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How do you guys figure out what price to sell your boat at?

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I have a Lund 2002 pro angler its 16 1/2 ft long with a 2001 75 hp merc 2 stroke the boat has 2 graphs with gps and 2 trolling motors, onboard charger, wave wackers, etc. My problem is I cant figure out what to sell it for. I have done some research but haven't found much thats similar.

Any ideas as to what a reasonable asking price would be to start at?

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I would say $13000 would be a fair amount. I'm not sure about going too much higher than that though. I know somoeone who just picked up a 2003 17ft ProV that was loaded for $13500. I would start higher and you can always go lower.

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Why are you selling your boat giving up on fishing?

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Why are you selling your boat giving up on fishing?

No I'm upgrading

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Do some searching online to see what dealers are selling similar rigs for as well as private parties. That's usually your best bet.

marine_man

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Call a dealer, they will be able to get your a price on it. A retail number and a selling number!

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Id see what you can get for a trade and add a like 2 thousand dollars.

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