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131 Wayne Re: 2320 SC/DV 3/11/2004 23:05:00

My dealer has the 2004 2320 w/ these options: F225($2,789), raw water
wash($449), hard top rod holders($576), spreader light ($117), swim
platform w/ladder ($231), port wiper ($188), safety package & docking
kit ($250), frt & rigging ($1,275) plus "courtesy service" which is
basically your 10 hour engine service. List $55,914, sell price

Based on my experience, you might get another 1% out of him, but
that's it. It was reported that he sold over 30 boats (Parkers and
Gradys) at the recent boat show with similar price structure.

--- In <a href="/group/parkerboats/post?postID=CTQ7OW5KkBb2vIt-0E8YyncDwhe4gKNOowOlU4Ax91w79fshqwQWzdr6VZtGc-WsrkNAb_gm4PPUKs1d9YUYIyEbDMA"></a>, "lem6374" <lem6374@y...> wrote:
> I just found this group thanks to a tip from Reel-Rascles on THT.
> Glad to see a new parker forum.
> Here is a question I posted on THT. I would appreciate you
> opinions and advice.
> I am going this weekend to look at a leftover 2003 Parker 2320
> SC/DV (my quest continues for another weekend!). It is has a
> Yamaha 200 HPDI on a bracket. This is one of the recomended
> packages from Parker but I was wondering if in your experience
> this is enough power for this boat. I am not into hole shots but
> when it turns ugly offshore I want to have the power to get in
> Boat has pulpit, (no windlass), full transom w/fish boxes, bait
> well, tabs, bracket w/platform, all standard equipment and no
> trailer. Being a leftover what price range should I be considering
> to offer. I know there are regional price differences (in live in
> Massachusetts) but I was looking for a ballpark figure.
> Thanks