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Posted: 09/21/22 05:45am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

blofgren wrote:

Grit dog wrote:

^To your point, I’m gonna put the boat up for sale too this weekend. Wrong time of year, but been considering upgrading anyways and now have friends with a new surf boat so we can mooch back some rides from them for a year if necessary.
With these stupid high prices it’s silly to not cash out unless some extenuating circumstances or extreme emotional attachment.
I’ve had $20k offers for the squarebody we redid as well. How often do you get unsolicited offers for a not rare semi restored vehicle that are for more $ than you have into them? Not often. And I’m not a good enough painter to claim it’s a $10k paint job…lol


OK, now you've got me thinking about selling my trailer and boat again....but the divorce lawyer would cost me much more than what I would make off of them! [emoticon]


I never felt good about selling anything, unless I was replacing with something new/better. If I liked the old, sometimes kept that too, and still bought new. My partner never complained about any purchases I made, but she was more sentimental, when seeing the old go away.

I often times had 4 motorcycles, 3 snowmobiles, and more guns/hunting equipment than I could ever use. I've had a lake cabin for many years, but still bought several TTs and FWs, as we both enjoy camping in other areas.

I know Grit said that his wife really enjoyed the TH, and guessing she enjoys the boat! I also was thinking she may get pi$$ed and find someone else, but nah...she's had this guy a long time...got to be something good about him! [emoticon]

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A friend bought a new class C, 29 foot, F4 50, in 2016. Many things changed in his life and he was only able to use it three or four times and it’s been in storage. He just sold it for what he paid for it… $100,000. Craig

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