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Andrew999

Which one of you guys forgot the plug?

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Gavin17

Whoa... 2016?

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Steve B.

I'm guessing they weren't too gentle when they set it there. Sight un-seen, no trailer. If it was somewhat local, I'd say 1G.

Steve B.

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onwi

Maybe I'm just missing it, but I see it has a Wisconsin title.  Does it say where the boat is now?

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oldjeep
3 minutes ago, onwi said:

Maybe I'm just missing it, but I see it has a Wisconsin title.  Does it say where the boat is now?

2016 MALI BOAT

Boat Certificate Of Title
Warning: Not actual miles on odometer.
Flood Salvage Boat
Cudahy, Wisconsin

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hethj7

That seems like a good price for someone looking for a trailer.   Too bad those aren't PTM racks on the boat....that would make me want to buy it for a grand :)

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shadetreefab

I'd give them 1k for tower and gates and swim deck and wedge

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Nitrousbird
28 minutes ago, shadetreefab said:

I'd give them 1k for tower and gates and swim deck and wedge

Exactly.  If you can get it cheap enough, pull everything you can and resell it.

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minnmarker

Who ever parts it out, I'll take the power wedge!

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vanamp

Scrolling through the pictures I had that Sarah Mclaughlin song playing in my head. 

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JeffC

Interesting:

MALI BOAT Primary Damage: water/flood. Secondary damage: all over. No Keys. Estimated pre-damage value: $11,720 Warning: Not actual miles on odometer.

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Cole2001

If someone could get it as a parts boat that would be sweet! I don't understand how someone would have the heart to set it down like that.:cry:

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Andrew999

That's gotta be the trailer. I'm too far south for this but if someone was enterprising I bet they could call that guy with the trailer and maybe get the scoop on the boat and what happened. 

I don't get the pre damage value either Jeff its obviously missing a digit on the end. 

I was looking at a mastercraft in Dallas once at a salvage just like this I was working up there and swung in to take a look. It looked like someone had beached it hard but nothing too ugly to repair no milky oil the engine turned and the interior was roached. I threw a couple bids in and thought I was doing ok. I tapped out at 8k this sucker went up to 23k I think. Maybe in winter when all the northern boat guys are hibernating you might get lucky but the shops down here clearly watch this stuff like a hawk. 

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Fffrank

I was bidding on a 2008 Supra 24 a couple of years ago in the same condition as this one. Went for $20k.

This will not go for that low. I bet $35k.

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robbennett

That thing will bring 30-40k easy. It would be a money maker for a dealer with the staff to fix it. 

 

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minnmarker

First pic shows fiberglass damage above the rub rail and lots of scratches on the hull.  I wonder if it came off the trailer or something?  Dry land accident?  That would explain it sitting on the ground.  Do any of you tow with the Bimini is up?

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boardjnky4

There is a TON of value in that boat. Even if it sunk, you can probably get the majority of the boat back working again.

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Steve B.
12 minutes ago, minnmarker said:

First pic shows fiberglass damage above the rub rail and lots of scratches on the hull.  I wonder if it came off the trailer or something?  Dry land accident?  That would explain it sitting on the ground.  Do any of you tow with the Bimini is up?

Possibly came off the trailer, and fell into a lake. Looking closely at the info it say's flood damage. :biggrin:

Steve B.

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TallRedRider

I think that is ice sitting on the interior floor of the main cabin.  I would be pretty interested to know if they winterized before the accident.  Otherwise, you need to factor in the cracked/frozen engine replacement as part of the cost, which I think would make the price swing quite a bit either way.  

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Ronnie

Should be closed cooling. May be some freeze damage but not with the motor. Possibly V-Drive, exhaust or heat exchanger. 

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BadgerBoater55
10 hours ago, boardjnky4 said:

There is a TON of value in that boat. Even if it sunk, you can probably get the majority of the boat back working again.

But at what cost?  There seems to be a fair amount of damage/missing pieces.  It will be interesting to watch what happens with this... So someone on the crew should buy it! :lol:

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Falko

When they sink, they don't sit still at the bottom too often. And if it sunk on a rocky bottom, they get beat up pretty good. Someone will buy it, fix it up, spray it, flip it to some unsuspecting sole. May last a long time and look great, may not...

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