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    there is an older lady that lives not to far from me has a 1975 sleek craft jet looks nice interior isn't in the boat she does have it along with a rebuilt 455 olds that was rebuilt about 20 years ago but never installed it has sat in the garge her husband was planning on restoreing the boat but he past away she wants me to make an offer but not sure leary of the motor seeing it was just left in the garage for 20 years
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    If you're getting the trailer as well I'd say $1,000 or less.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1320 View Post
    If you're getting the trailer as well I'd say $1,000 or less.
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    I'd go 2000 and be happy.....we'll actually I'd say 1000 and feel bad but if you don't feel a lil bad you offered to much.

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    ok I told her if she don't sell it in the next couple of weeks that I would put the boat back together for her and sell it for her and split the price with her does that sound fair ?

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    Whoa DAN....easy boy. LOL Just buy it for a grand or walk away. There is going to be more hours in that than even insomnia can get done. And a lot of cash money up front.

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