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  • Mako project

    So how much do you think this mako will go for?

    Do you think taking on a project that totally submerged is a lost cause?

    http://www.yachtsalvage.com/Listings/MA05028.htm
    [br]Michael R. Delgado[br]1972 Mako 22[br]http://classicmako.com/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=15745[br]1976 Mako 25[br]http://classicmako.com/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=18013&SearchTerms=mako,25[br]

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    ummm, nice Euro-transom.... I think it's a crock how boat builders now-a-days will include that as part of the boat's lenth. I swear a 25' boat these days seems like it has less room than a 23' boat from years past. Sorry, doesn't really answer your question.
    Steven[br]1978 Powercat 232[br]One flat broke, the other almost ready to float!!![br]Atlanta, GA

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    • #3
      no worries, i'm just bored at work making conversation
      [br]Michael R. Delgado[br]1972 Mako 22[br]http://classicmako.com/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=15745[br]1976 Mako 25[br]http://classicmako.com/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=18013&SearchTerms=mako,25[br]

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      • #4
        That seems to be a project that requires a good deal of cash... Meaning I'd think you'd have a hard time financing the boat and the cost to fix all the issues. Yeah you'd get a great deal on the boat, Say 15K or 20K but then you'd have to throw $THOUSANDS$ of dollars on top of that.. All being said and done, you would more than likely get a top notch boat for cheap money compaired to cost of new or even slightly used. But cash would be the real deal maker/breaker. That's my 2cents (that's all I have about this point in the game anyway)

        Enjoy,

        SB
        Tim[br]1981 19 (project)[br]prior 1978 17 angler (sold)[br]

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