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Old 10-28-2013, 03:17 PM   #15
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Try this site...swrvandmarine.com They are in Texas and Iknow absolutely nothing about them besides their name..Good Luck
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Old 10-28-2013, 03:24 PM   #16
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Srrobe, I'm motivated to the extent of how much I can pull out of my pocket to pay the boat off... It gets to a point where if I have to pull two years of payments and marina fees out to sell now, I may as well keep it ad use it as a condo on the water. I agree that brokers (both RV and boat) are time wasters in this situation... promising the world and doing nothing.

IMO, the boat is priced right. Comparables are tough to go by since most are coastal or southern saltwater boats that really show their age. My boat is a freshwater boat with a lot of costly extras, upgrades, and remodeling. Just like anything else for sale today, there's boats like mine that go for $20K less, but a lot less boat. If anyone would like to see it, check it out on Ebay. Its a 1997 Silverton 41C.
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Try Boat and RV. They have locations in NY and PA. We purchased our last MH from them and were very satisfied with the deal they put together for us.


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Old 11-18-2013, 08:15 AM   #18
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boat for RV

I just purchased a 2014 Newmar Ventana LE at Dylan's rv in Sewell NJ.. www.dylansrv.com , I don't know for sure if they would take a boat on trade but they recently took in a plane on a coach and it is on their website under "used" inventory. I think they would possibly consider since they are least close to the coast.

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Old 11-22-2013, 11:53 AM   #19
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Have u got the boat listed in Michigan? I think there are more boats per capita here then just about anyplace. You might check with General RV in Mt. Clemens, Mi about a trade. I drive by there on occasion and have seen boats on their lot.
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