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  1. #1
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    Default 2007 Möbius LSV price is right????

    I'm very close to buying a MINT 2007 Möbius with only 47 hours on it. This is a friend of mine and he rarely uses it. He would let it go for $38,000. Seems a fair price to me, but wanted opinions. Boat was always stored in a heated garage. It's immaculate and well taken care of.

  2. #2
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    Mint boats are hard to find, especially ones where you know the history first hand. I'd say the price is on the high side but really comes down to the options.

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    That's basically a new boat. I would try and get him down a grand or two.
    2008 LSV

  4. #4
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    I tried, have been trying. He came down from $40,000. It looks brand new. Not a speck of dirt on the engine, no rips anywhere, trailer is a single axle.

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    what colors and options? z5 rack? heater? stereo upgrades?

  6. #6
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    Red and white. Tower was put on by Moomba when he ordered it. Gravity III ballast, no heater, moomba cruise, travel cover, Bimini, pop up tie downs, bunk glides.

  7. #7
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    Default 2007 Möbius LSV price is right????

    Pictures, You gotta have some pics...right?? Sounds like a good boat.


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    1998 Outback

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    Components age even when not in use. Sometimes more. It's still seven years old. The price needs to reflect that.

  9. #9
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    So, you think it's too high? He came down to $37,500, but that will be it. I think I'm going to bite. One of theses boats sold in Texas, with 70 hours for $37,500. I'll post pics later today. How do I do that as I am new to the site?

  10. #10
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    I would say higher than average, but if the condition is great as you say go for it. My dealer had our 2006 LSV listed at $33,900 and it's sold. My bet would be around $31K.

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