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Topic Review (Newest First)
07-11-2009 01:42 PM
zeehag san diego an d20k--has soft interior and charger invertor and high output altwernator on a diesel engine and many other things--self sufficient....on a mooring....
07-09-2009 09:13 PM
dstouten zeehag... What are you asking for yours and where are you at??
11-15-2008 08:42 PM
zeehag
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Originally Posted by gerrymckean View Post
I am thinking of buying a 1973 E35 that has a cracked prop shaft but other than that only really neads lots of cosmetic work done. They are asking 11,000 for the boat. Prop shaft work will cost $1500. TLC about $3000.
Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated.
G.
i am trying to sell a 1979 same but with soft headliner and teak interior---the later ones werent of the molded plastic interior---and the going rate for the molded interior version seems to be 10k without damage--if you have to pay that much for repairs, try offering 7-8k instead of the 11lk asking price----the ones like mine without upgrades seem to be selling for around 12k.....
08-06-2008 07:57 PM
gerrymckean
Is the price right for a 73 35Mk2

I am thinking of buying a 1973 E35 that has a cracked prop shaft but other than that only really neads lots of cosmetic work done. They are asking 11,000 for the boat. Prop shaft work will cost $1500. TLC about $3000.
Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated.
G.

 
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