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Old 11-09-2009
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Well having bought and sold 5 of my own new and used boats over the last 28 years

A trade in that a dealer owns may have the least flex and be pretty complex as right now there are a LOT of new boats sitting that the only profit may well be the trade selling

And at least here the only places staying in business have massive boat storage/service yards and selling boats is not there primary income


AND i have allways done best finding private sales as it cuts out a lot of the middle man costs
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