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Old 09-17-2014   #581
 
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This is truly one of the worst deals out there. $4k for a 16 year old 17' bucket boat.

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Old 09-17-2014   #582
 
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yup, that's probably the worst deal I've ever seen
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Old 09-18-2014   #583
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I was just about to post this. Hilarious! I wouldn't pay a penny over $500 for it if it's exactly what I needed and I won the lottery that day!
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Old 10-02-2014   #584
 
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This is a great deal, but the claim that it cost $6800 new is ludicrous, even if you include tax and shipping. I figure $5400 full retail, and that is using $240 Astral Greenjackets as the unknown PFDs.

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Old 10-02-2014   #585
 
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Worst deals out there.

I think I know the gentleman this was all purchased from initially, and it does not surprise me to see that large of an original price tag on it all.


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I think I know the gentleman this was all purchased from initially, and it does not surprise me to see that large of an original price tag on it all.
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Old 10-08-2014   #587
 
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Sea Eagle SE-9 raft used for $750 or new (Sea Eagle SE9 Inflatable Motormount Fisherman's Dream Package - Pool and Spa Supply Store) for $650 - I'll choose neither.
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Old 10-14-2014   #588
 
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hmmmmmmmmm

"ultimate" play boat comes complete with adjustable back support! silly front ranger...
550 for a super old school boat 10+ years old... how much do these depreciate yearly if I can buy a brand new Freeride for 900?

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Old 11-24-2014   #589
 
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River Raft 1982 Achillies 9 Person | eBay

$1,600 for a 32 years old, albeit unused, 10' bucket boat. I'm wondering if the pics are that old as well…...
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I'm not going to poke fun at someone's deal, but was just thinking the other day about how differently people approach selling a raft from how they approach selling a car. When someone sells a car, they'll downplay the fact that they beat the hell out of it; hence the old cliche about the car was "owned by a little old lady that only drove it on Sundays, on the highway."

When someone sells a raft, it seems common to hear them brag about how many times that raft's been down the Grand, the Middle Fork at high water, has tons of San Juan, Deso, low water Lodore trips, and so on.

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