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    Default pleasssse need help norcal SANGER

    Hi! really new to this site. wife found it looking for place to put add to sell Sanger pickle-fork. I already posted the boat yesterday in the boats for sale part, haven't really had a very good response so when i noticed there was an actual norcal section,(which is where I am located) thought i would try on here as well. I don't really know to much about these boats, We own a marine construction business out here and I actually acquired this one as a payment for some work i did for this guy out in the delta. I do know that its hella fast. Went for a ride in it, but i think i will stay with my ole tugboat, she goes about 8 mph! So if anyone out there knows anyone or even knows more about the boat that might help me sell it ..... IT WOULD BE SO APPRECIATED! (wifey is really on my azz for not getting paid cash for job!)

    18 ft Sanger (pickle-fork) w/ trailer, 454 big block, Casale transmission, upholstery in great condition, registration good through Dec. 2013.

    Have to get at least $7,000.00 for it to break even on the job I did. Guy told me I could sell it for $11,000.00 but I really just want to get cost of job... when the wife is happy..... EVERYBODY is happy! Let me know and thanks!
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    NorCal HotBoats Chili's Avatar
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    Looks nice enough.!!
    Times are tough, but it is boating season so you should be able to sell it.

    Curious why the intake is angled forward when the motor in a V-Drive is already angled forward.!?
    Almost like it is on backwards (at least the top half), does it run as is.?

    Last edited by Chili; 04-26-2013 at 11:21 PM.
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    You might want to list it on website for $45. With the knowledge you have for a buyer 7K is probably a reasonable goal. People want to know exactly what they are buying as far as parts, gearing, prop etc. If the trailer is in good shape it is probably worth $1000, the hull without motor if in good shape should be worth 3-4K, the motor not worth much since no info is known. Assume it will need some work in the future. That's my thoughts on value, but have not been following the hydro market. I may be out of the ball park. Good luck.

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    Is that a rattle can paint job?

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    Quote Originally Posted by EVILFORCE View Post
    Is that a rattle can paint job?

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