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datswite 02-22-2013 01:17 PM

Morgan 382 Value
 
I know this is a difficult question to answer, but what is a realistic price to pay for a 1981 Morgan 382 in excellent condition. Perkins diesel with 1440 hours. Very barebones in terms of equipment (old VHF, depth sounder and log). Original rigging. Old sails. Roller furling headsail.

boatpoker 02-22-2013 02:04 PM

Re: Morgan 382 Value
 
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Here are the soldboats listings for all 80 -81' models sold through yachtworld since january 2009

jsaronson 02-22-2013 02:07 PM

Re: Morgan 382 Value
 
If you are working through a broker they can tell you what other boats have sold for. Soldboats.com requires a broker's account. There are several for sale on yachtworld. It needs sails, rigging and electronics, so you are looking at 15-20k or more even before the survey. If the hull needs paint, add 15k more. Good luck!

jsaronson 02-22-2013 02:09 PM

Re: Morgan 382 Value
 
Missed the prior post!

Faster 02-22-2013 02:18 PM

Re: Morgan 382 Value
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by boatpoker (Post 993525)
Here are the soldboats listings for all 80 -81' models sold through yachtworld since january 2009

Neat data, BP!! Quite the range and I like being able to see the diff between asking and actual sold.. Oh, for the average joes like us to have that access!!!:rolleyes:

datswite 02-22-2013 03:21 PM

Re: Morgan 382 Value
 
Thanks for the replies! Great stats BP; very useful. I'm dealing directly with the seller, so no broker's fees.

What do you think about taking the average closing price of BP's list, and deducting 10% (since we don't have to pay a broker)? Fair ballpark price?

jsaronson 02-22-2013 03:28 PM

Re: Morgan 382 Value
 
Your assuming your boat is average. I suspect many have had upgrades, self-steerers, solar, dinghys etc. Personally, I'd be in the low 30s if the boat is otherwise sound.

Faster 02-22-2013 04:00 PM

Re: Morgan 382 Value
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by datswite (Post 993572)

What do you think about taking the average closing price of BP's list, and deducting 10% (since we don't have to pay a broker)? Fair ballpark price?

Such a wide range of prices indicates a wide range of condition, I think you'll need to look at the candidate boat and use examples from the list that best match the boat in question... more fair that using the overall average....

datswite 02-22-2013 09:47 PM

Re: Morgan 382 Value
 
The average sale price of those listed above is around $42k. Deducting a 10% broker's fee, $37,800. Deducting premium for lack of equipment, sails, rigging... I'm leaning towards the low 30's.

vtsailguy 03-08-2013 02:42 PM

Re: Morgan 382 Value
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by boatpoker (Post 993525)
Here are the soldboats listings for all 80 -81' models sold through yachtworld since january 2009

Hey BP,

Cold you expand that list for 1978-81 for 382's :)


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