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Discussion in 'Boats and Motors' started by sliprig, Aug 7, 2004.
1994 Lund Pro V 1890DLX, with Yamaha 150-2 stroke.
What ya think??
I would have to say it is worth $8,315 to $8,710 depending on the condition as far as going by the book value . I myself would think it would be worth alot more .
I would call a local bank and ask them tell you how much they will loan for it and what they value it at. You probably need to talk to them as if you are thinking of buying it yourself. The amount they would loan is likely the bottom dollar you ought to take and no less.
if i were looking at buying it i'd check a few boat sales sites on the net out just to compare and see what the going price is for that model/year,ect.
e-bay and boattrader.com would be a couple of good places to find them.
Where was the boat used? Was it trailered, docked or racked? How much are they asking and will they allow a motor inspection by a certified mechanic?
Blue book and bank loan limits do not take into consideration condition and use. Lund will bring a premium price.
Sure sounds like this one.
Adn this next one let's you put in the spec's, called the NADA Guide for pricing such things as cars, RV's, boats,...Seems that they value the "boat" at $5000+ (without the motor).
Shortdrift is right get the motor checked out. I bought a MERC@#* and it detonated on me on my 6 th trip out.