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dtlaine
11-16-2007, 09:04 AM
Does the "E" option for coloring cost more than the "A?" I did the build-a-boat, and neither show up as a line item on the summary at the end. To me, it would seem that if the E option isn't more money, most would get it. Is there a downside to having a solid color hull?

deerfield
11-16-2007, 10:48 AM
dtlaine - My experience at the 2007 boat show:

Yes, E pattern was an option that was additional cost. How much, I don't remember. Was not enough to make me change my mind to A pattern. Ordered Main Panel black, Accent regal red, and Base platinum. Black tends to show water spots, but we keep it looking sharp by wiping down the hull right out of the water. Pictures of the boat are on page 2 under the heading of "2007 Moomba Outback" in Pride and Joy tab.

Put sixty hours on our Outback this season. Everyone loved it. Started first time every time and ran flawless. Excellent ski boat. Ordered with tower and ballast package, which is perfect for the intermediate wakeboarders. The heater is a must have option for cold days.

No down side to a solid color hull. Simply a matter of personal preference. Enjoy shopping. You won't go wrong with a Moomba. - Deerfield

MasterMind3002
11-16-2007, 06:45 PM
The E pattern on the Outback is around 800.00. We like the E pattern look better too. Our 07 was Red on the bottom with a brittney blue stripe. We are in the process of choosing colors for our 08. I've been playing around with an orange bottom with a white or navy stripe. Check it out in the colorizer and let me know what you think.

deerfield
11-16-2007, 09:51 PM
MasterMind - If you go with a standard Moomba block graphic, then I vote fo a white stripe. On the other hand, if you go to the more fancy Moomba graphic with dark shading, I vote for the navy stripe. To give the fancier graphic more pop, try white or platinum for a main panel and black for the stripe. Have fun choosing! :D - Deerfield

dtlaine
11-17-2007, 06:50 PM
Thank you for the clarification. I have a 2000 OB LS, but my neighbor wants to buy it, so I'm looking at OB V's. I'm probably going to go with a 2007 leftover because they're relatively cheap, so I won't really have much choice in color. My local dealer has 2 V's left, and the only difference is the color of the interior (both white/black).

He wants $33,700 for the boat w/ the tower, board racks, cover, Gravity I, stereo w/ 6 speakers. I think he wants $35k plus tax for the Bimini top, Gravity III, cleats and depth sounder.

It seems like a good deal to me. I'll probably do my own tower lights/speakers.

I'm definitely excited to upgrade.

GeauxTigers
01-02-2008, 05:25 PM
He wants $33,700 for the boat w/ the tower, board racks, cover, Gravity I, stereo w/ 6 speakers. I think he wants $35k plus tax for the Bimini top, Gravity III, cleats and depth sounder.

It seems like a good deal to me. I'll probably do my own tower lights/speakers.

I'm definitely excited to upgrade.[/quote]

Sounds about right.... I am about to go pick a Mobius LSV similarly equipped for about 2500-3000 more than what you show here. Brand new with zero hours. Can anyone really tell the difference between '08's and '07's once they're in the water hauling tail?

:lol:

04OUTBACK
01-02-2008, 06:35 PM
Is there anything visually different other than the dash on the '08's? 99% of the people will not notice the difference in that! Go with the Deal!

MasterMind3002
01-02-2008, 08:50 PM
The speaker covers, dash, and platform tread are different on the Outback. And of course you get that new boat smell! :lol: