Fair Asking Price? - \'66 Mark Twain

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Fair Asking Price? - \'66 Mark Twain
« on: November 22, 2002, 06:06:57 PM »
I\'m interested in a good, solid, older recreational boat for my family. I came across the following ad in our local, South Carolina paper:

\"Classic 1966 Mark Twain boat w/ 1967 95hp Merc. motor, trailer w/ ride on guides, excellent cond. Owner is recently disabled & must sale. $1500/obo.\"

I\'d appreciate it if somebody would let me know if this sounds like a decent deal.

Thanks!  :D



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Fair Asking Price? - \'66 Mark Twain
« Reply #1 on: November 22, 2002, 07:10:15 PM »
i paid 3,000 for mine without giving it a thought. it was love at first sight. it had 219 original hours which helped. it looks brand new. go look at the boat for sale, see if is worth it.a good trailer is important too.  you may find something newer for the same price- but there ain\'t nuthin\' like riding around in my twain. comments galore and people are always offering to buy it. i get the same reaction from my other vehicles. ive got a 66 twain, a 67 stang and a 68 f100.  i keep tellin\' the wife all i need now is a 69 and i\'d be happy. lol. later



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Fair Asking Price? - \'66 Mark Twain
« Reply #2 on: May 13, 2003, 05:56:29 PM »
even if it is in o\'kay shape it is worth it.
I paid 2,000 for my 77 and put about
500 into it.
I enjoy the boat more every time i take
it on the river,very solid.
I am even considering total restoration
if the money ever comes available.

Buy it and put your heart in it,you wont
be disapointed. :ying: