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hallett21

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Sorry not too versed on that stuff but I assume the 3 is better and I thought the 3 can handle more power?
I believe they both can handle 600 hp or less? Someone I'm sure can confirm. The biggest difference being the b1 is a single prop and the b3 is a duo prop. B3 gives you more thrust

Edit. Mercury currently only says the 520 and lower can handle the bravo 3
 

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I believe they both can handle 600 hp or less? Someone I'm sure can confirm. The biggest difference being the b1 is a single prop and the b3 is a duo prop. B3 gives you more thrust
So besides that if everything checked out does that seem about the right price?
 

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Not sure on the history of that hull, but seems like it the one sold under many different names. I remember seeing those for $29,995.00 brand new under the Outlaw name I believe. Seems way too High.
 

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So besides that if everything checked out does that seem about the right price?
The price needs a 1 in the front, otherwise walk away. There are many more boats out there in the $25k - $30k range that are better than this.
 

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A Bravo 1 is just fine. That boat does not need a dual prop.

The 6.2 is a stroked 350 and a great engine for that boat.

Its a 2004 and looks well cared for. I think the price should be near $18-20k but its a dealer.
 

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A Bravo 1 is just fine. That boat does not need a dual prop.

The 6.2 is a stroked 350 and a great engine for that boat.

Its a 2004 and looks well cared for. I think the price should be near $18-20k but its a dealer.
On the money :thumbup:
 

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I don't think that boat will sell at that price here in late August, early September. If you like that boat & aren't in any hurry, then wait a month or so & you'll see that price gradually go down. And if it does sell, well then there are always 21-22ft open bow boats out there for sale in the 20-25k range. We will find you something.
Wasn't that built under Carter Reed?:skull
 

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Ok that's what I was wondering. I could probably get a better deal at ocm.

You mean Maxed out Marine, right? Based on some of the recent threads on here, I would stay far away from ocm
 

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A Bravo 1 is just fine. That boat does not need a dual prop.

The 6.2 is a stroked 350 and a great engine for that boat.

Its a 2004 and looks well cared for. I think the price should be near $18-20k but its a dealer.
Bingo
 

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I would want to see it in person to know for sure, but when I was looking, Inland rarely had any inventory I would consider "clean"... Usually a bunch of hacked and patched repos. But on occasion I'd swing by, if I were driving through Perris, and there would be a gem. But if it were a gem, they wanted ridiculous money for it and nowhere near what they were actually being sold for everywhere else.

I personally would consider that boat, if priced right. ($18k and below) I think it would be a great family runner and would serve a person well 🏼

Have it surveyed for a little piece of mind.

Good luck
 

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When I was selling my 98 Shockwave 2500s open bow 454 magnum clean boat I asked them what they would be willing to buy it off me for. They offered me 11k. Now I understand they are running a business but 11k what a joke. Have been there many times and boats are not worth the asking price imo.
 

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Wonder why the upper drive looks like that....Would having no drive shower running in hot climate do that?

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join the warlock club! just check the title, if its a 'warlock' or 'ultimate warlock'. and offer about 6k under what they're asking.
 
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