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Tornado $3k  Bottom

  • Maybe a good deal? By the time you sell the motor and other garbage it would be a fairly cheap cat. If it were 500 miles closer I would consider it.
    https://fortmyers.craigsl…sailboat/7210846330.html

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    Robert
    81' NACRA 5.2 "Chris's Flyer"
    Previously owned H18, Trac 14, G-Cat 5.0, H14T, H16, N5.0
    BYC, Mobile, AL
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  • That is something you dont see everyday
    a catmaran with a bimini

    https://images.craigslist.org/00k0k_j66rup43s8v_0CI0lM_600x450.jpg
  • Wow. Very cool. Seems to good to be true.
  • geepaksWow. Very cool. Seems to good to be true.

    seems correctly priced for a 47 year old boat

    the market for 10' wide boats that require tilting is very limited too

    actually the market for 20' legacy cats is very deflated
    my highly customized 20' has been for sale for years on this site. i have lowered the price many times, and I have had only 1 creditable interested buyer who disappeared

    also lacking registration numbers on it leads me to believe it has no title (all boats with any engine on it requires registration decal and numbers) - so do sailboats over 16' but this is not enforced in fl currently (as far as i know)
  • Thanks. I was thinking in terms of $1,000 for motor, leaving $2,000 for boat and trailer. $2,000 gets you a modern day main sail only. Good point about no hull numbers registration.
  • geepaksThanks. I was thinking in terms of $1,000 for motor, leaving $2,000 for boat and trailer. $2,000 gets you a modern day main sail only. Good point about no hull numbers registration.

    your not wrong
    2k for a tornado (assuming you sell the other gear for 1k) isn't a bad deal if that is the boat you want and it's in good condition

    even 3k wouldn't be a bad deal imho

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