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Most expensive Hunter ever????

While viewing the local broker websites I came across this and thought others might enjoy it too.

1987 Hunter Legend Sail Boat For Sale - www.yachtworld.com
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I hope that's a typo. Either that or there are a few things they left out of the specs....
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I hope that's a typo. Either that or there are a few things they left out of the specs....
What is fair market value for a "Legend"?
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A reasonable asking price for a 1985 35 foot Legend in good condition should be roughly $40,000 not 3.9 billion, unless it is for the military.
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Is the price in Rubles or Pesos?
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I promise, honey, I put the boat up for sale...I don't know WHY it's not selling... Oh well, may as well go sailing today, since I still have the boat and all...
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What they didn't tell you was that it is chocked full of heroin.
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Maybe the extra cost is for a backstay eh?

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Talking Wanted to hang on to this one...

The screen capture will make for an excellent comparison when we sell our next boat...

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