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    what would be a fair price for a bare hull that needs a new floor and paint?

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    I'll bite. $500 tops, bare hull, no trailer.

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    In today's market....free, if not cheaper. I've paid people to take hulls in decent shape recently....most of the time I make a deal with the scrap guy to give him the trailer if he gets rid of the boat. When you can buy a boat with decent upholstery, paint, floors, and a motor for $3k, seems dumb to spend any money on something that will need $5-6k sunk into it to make it decently functional
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    Quote Originally Posted by lbhsbz View Post
    In today's market....free, if not cheaper. I've paid people to take hulls in decent shape recently....most of the time I make a deal with the scrap guy to give him the trailer if he gets rid of the boat. When you can buy a boat with decent upholstery, paint, floors, and a motor for $3k, seems dumb to spend any money on something that will need $5-6k sunk into it to make it decently functional
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