Who's selling their boat?

Discussion in 'Arizona Flyway Forum' started by Birdup, Aug 22, 2006.

  1. Birdup

    Birdup Moderator Moderator

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    Man that is a lot of $ for a Duck boat. It better have a 45hp MM on it for that kinda money. Not a 50 merc.
    http://phoenix.craigslist.org/boa/197200212.html

    Anyone know who's boat this it?
     
  2. Widgnwhacker

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    That is alot of green but if you add all the crap up on there, that is what it would cost. Especially if that is a new 4 stroke motor?
     
  3. Kurt

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    Similar to Matt's?
     
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    I have noticed that people on this forum are just plain cheap. Go see what one costs then ask yourself if you had it would you give it away??
     
  5. Birdup

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    Ok daddy warbucks. I'm cheap yep that's me. That's how I keep my money, by not spending it on things that don't need to be on a "duck boat".

    Thanks for giving us your 2 cents but you might want to refrain from name calling. Some people might think your not a nice guy.:dv

    Is this your boat 12ga.
     
  6. Birdup

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    Kinda but Matt payed a lot less for his if I remember right.
     
  7. Kurt

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    Asking price does not necessarilly equal buying price.

    This may sound obvious, but something is only worth what a buyer will pay for it. It doesn't matter to a potential buyer how much the seller has invested in the item. When multiple items are available for sale, the buyer is comparing the item to other like items from other sellers, not doing a seller cost analysis on one particular item.

    When a seller sets a price, he will know fairly quickly if its either way too high or way too low, provided it is adequately advertised and there are ample buyers. No interest for a week or two - its too high; on the first day, someone takes off work and buys it by 10:00 AM - its too low. If there's interest and it sells in a reasonable amount of time for at the asking price or close, it was priced "right".
     
  8. daves

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    I don't care about the price, but I hope a nice guy from out of state or a fisherman buys it!
     
  9. Kurt

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    Dave,

    You're absolutely correct! Maybe its good that the duck hunters think the price is high! It wouldn't be bad if someone from Yuma bought it :dv

    Kurt
     
  10. Widgnwhacker

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    Hell I already have 3 boats where would I put another one :confused: :z :no
     

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