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tgoody14
10-11-2012, 10:54 AM
Sooo I finally took y'all's advice and did the paid listing on onlyinboards so we'll see if it pays off! Hopefully I didn't wait too long...
Here's the listing

I bought this boat, 2004 Moomba Outback, from its original owner in June 2012 with 55 hours. It now has 105 hours and I will continue to use it until November. It was and still is very well maintained, garage kept, wiped down after every outing, and was used 4 or 5 times a summer by original owner as a lounge around boat (very low hours). I had my mechanic look over every inch of the engine to insure it runs like new and that there are no problems whatsoever. I have continued to take great care of this beautiful boat and absolutely love it. This boat is in incredible condition with no rips, tears, stains, fades, nothing and runs like new everyday on the water. I have put almost $4,000 in upgrades into this boat and would just like to break even so I can upgrade to a bigger Moomba. I am asking $23,000.

Specs:
Length without Platform: 20'6"
Length with Platform: 22'4"
Length with Trailer: 23'10"
Width (Beam): 95"
Overall Width with Trailer: 102"
Draft: 22"
Weight (Boat Only): 2,750 lbs
Weight (Boat & Trailer): 3,600 lbs
Passenger Capacity - 10 persons
Weight Capacity - 1,400 lbs
Fuel: 28 gals
Standard power: 310 HP, V-8

I have spoke with 3 dealers here in TX and they informed me that this boat sells for $22,500 every year without any extras, just the boat alone. This boat is a head turner on the water by day and an attention getter by night (Blue LED lights). You will not find a boat this nice with this many extras at this price!

NADA Guide shows Suggested List Price @ $26,690 and Average Retail Price @ $21,480
Options:
Bimini Top
Custom Boat Cover
Stereo 4 speakers
Dual Batteries with Switch
Fire ext.
Swim Step Fiberglass
Wake-board Tower
Wake-board Rack
Wake-board Tower Speakers
Factory Bertha Ballast System

Upgrades June 2012:
Custom Bimini Top matches boat interior $1000
All New Audio Setup $2000
4 Kenwood Interior panel speakers
2 Boss Tower speakers
JL Audio 12' sub in custom box
Alpine 6 channel 1,000 watt amp
Aux/iPod Input and iPhone charger
Volume knob by throttle control
Bluetooth Remote on rear of boat
Dual Batteries
Perko Switch
All New Blue LED interior lights
All New Blue LED dash lights
New LED Taillights for trailer
New Wakeboard Prop $500
(Still have factory prop as spare)

The trailer is also in perfect condition and new tires were put on it in 2010. I live on the boat ramp road with the boat in storage across the street so needless to say it hasn't seen many highway miles.

Feel free to text me for additional pictures. eight seven zero two one nine nine two four one
Thank you for looking.

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tgoody14
10-17-2012, 10:03 PM
So I've been seriously kicking around the idea of just trading her in and either getting into a 2012 LSV or Mojo.
You guys have given me the itch pretty bad. Obviously if I go this route I'll get a lot less for the boat and would try selling the extras I put in it independently.
My question for you guys, is there a best time to do a trade in? Wait til Feb Boat Show? Wait til beginning of next summer? Or does it not really matter now that the 2013 is out?

wolfeman131
10-17-2012, 10:22 PM
I'm a firm believer that you will get the best deal on a new, current model year boat at the boat show.


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jpetty3023
10-17-2012, 10:31 PM
I've heard you will get the best deal at the boat show however, I heard this info to late and bought my boat late march. Got a great deal still thou because it was a holdover they were looking to move


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mmandley
10-17-2012, 10:34 PM
Absolutly the Boat show will give the best prices as fare as options. They normaly have pick 3 options for free at the boat shows. This also allows you more time to sell the boat in the mean time.

beat taco
10-18-2012, 12:04 AM
Absolutly the Boat show will give the best prices as fare as options. They normaly have pick 3 options for free at the boat shows. This also allows you more time to sell the boat in the mean time.

Hence why I plan on being at the boat show when you are there!

mmandley
10-18-2012, 12:06 AM
Hence why I plan on being at the boat show when you are there!
We go twice each year.

I always get VIP tickets for a couple days before the show and then we always go on one of the main days. I will let you know when we plan to go. A big crowd would be fun.

scottdickman
11-11-2012, 10:12 AM
Is this boat still for sale?

tgoody14
11-11-2012, 02:52 PM
Is this boat still for sale?

Yes and I still haven't winterized her yet...

tgoody14
02-07-2013, 07:52 PM
Still for sale...

baddogz28
02-28-2013, 12:02 PM
Any flexibility on the price? I'm in the process of buying a 2000 Mobius out by Marble Falls TX right now but the seller seems to be a bit out of her mind (no service records, wavy floor, primo money) so I am thinking of working a backup deal... And yes, I realize that your boat is worth much more than a Y2K.

tgoody14
02-28-2013, 12:36 PM
Pm sent.....

chawk610
03-01-2013, 11:38 AM
Baddogz, make sure he throws in that gallon of moonshine I saw in the pic.

tgoody14
03-03-2013, 10:04 PM
Haha Don't you worry bout that gallon of White Lightning....

tgoody14
03-23-2013, 08:17 PM
Sold! Sad day...