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Old 09-22-2020, 01:45 PM
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Default Angler 2600, how to find out its real worth.

My Angler 2600 is not up for sale, but it could be. I just do not go offshore like i used to and that is what this boat was made for. All i seem to want to do is Flounder fish so a bay boat would be more suitable for me these days. The biggest issue is our yearly trip to the keys where we spend most of the week offshore trolling, i feel like i would be giving that up. Anyway this boat is not a beauty queen , but it is a fishing machine in my eyes. It has scratches and bubbles, but it a way capable offshore machine that we have had 70 miles out on many occasions.

We just replaced the brakes on the trailer with the Stainless steel jobs, kodiak i think. replaced both axles a couple years ago also. anyway.

How do you come up with a price?
2007 angler 2600 with twin Yamaha twin 150's. about 1100 hours on the motors, run great.
This is the limited edition with forward seating.
Bottom reader quit working the last time we used it, just went black. Do not know if i should replace before i sell or leave it and lower the price?
hard top, with outriggers. I will just post a picture!! Do i need to have someone look it over to price it, or do i just go with KBB?

Any thoughts regarding this are appreciated. I am thinking a 22 to 24 foot bay boat to replace it.

These pictures are what i have on my work computer. OH, How did that picture of the giant dolphin get in there .



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List it on ebay with a ridiculous reserve and see the high bid.
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Originally Posted by bigfish55 View Post
This is the limited edition with forward seating.
Bottom reader quit working the last time we used it, just went black. Do not know if i should replace before i sell or leave it and lower the price?


Almost a cult following for the hull for people in the know. With that said most people want the flat deck and coffin box set up. With seating and no Eltcs to speak of would expect it to sell for around 35k. Usually going to sell for around the same price as CapeHorn 24os, McKee 24s, etc.. of the same vintage. But this used boat market is crazy, so could be higher. Do know I have several standing offers on mine that are temping but hard pill to swallow to replace it. Even more so when a hurricane or TS is hitting my area ever other week.
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Originally Posted by Jeepman View Post
Almost a cult following for the hull for people in the know. With that said most people want the flat deck and coffin box set up. With seating and no Eltcs to speak of would expect it to sell for around 35k. Usually going to sell for around the same price as CapeHorn 24os, McKee 24s, etc.. of the same vintage. But this used boat market is crazy, so could be higher. Do know I have several standing offers on mine that are temping but hard pill to swallow to replace it. Even more so when a hurricane or TS is hitting my area ever other week.
I guess closer to $45k but given that you own one you might know better.
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Originally Posted by Jeepman View Post
Almost a cult following for the hull for people in the know. With that said most people want the flat deck and coffin box set up. With seating and no Eltcs to speak of would expect it to sell for around 35k. Usually going to sell for around the same price as CapeHorn 24os, McKee 24s, etc.. of the same vintage. But this used boat market is crazy, so could be higher. Do know I have several standing offers on mine that are temping but hard pill to swallow to replace it. Even more so when a hurricane or TS is hitting my area ever other week.
I've never been on one and I am in that cult group. I'd have to agree with the 35k estimate. When they pop up around here in east central fl that seems to be the going price.
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Originally Posted by Bucklene View Post
I guess closer to $45k but given that you own one you might know better.
With newer power and good Eltc package, Yes they will sell for that price.
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I got asking price for mine last summer- but prices have gone crazy since then. This boat had a ton of new stuff.

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Originally Posted by iwhitevt View Post
I got asking price for mine last summer- but prices have gone crazy since then. This boat had a ton of new stuff.

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yours looks to be a bit nicer than mine. I think that should help give me an idea on an asking price should i proceed though.
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Originally Posted by Jeepman View Post
Almost a cult following for the hull for people in the know. With that said most people want the flat deck and coffin box set up. With seating and no Eltcs to speak of would expect it to sell for around 35k. Usually going to sell for around the same price as CapeHorn 24os, McKee 24s, etc.. of the same vintage. But this used boat market is crazy, so could be higher. Do know I have several standing offers on mine that are temping but hard pill to swallow to replace it. Even more so when a hurricane or TS is hitting my area ever other week.

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I know, it is very had to find a boat that is this offshore capable in that price range, I know if i sell it, it would most likely take a whole lot more money to buy back in.
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Originally Posted by bigfish55 View Post
Jeepman

I know, it is very had to find a boat that is this offshore capable in that price range, I know if i sell it, it would most likely take a whole lot more money to buy back in.
Not to jinx you, but have never talked to anyone who has sold a 2600cc and not regretted it.
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Originally Posted by bigfish55 View Post
Anyway this boat is not a beauty queen , but it is a fishing machine in my eyes. It has scratches and bubbles,
Curious what you mean bubbles, I don't think sctatchs worry anyone on a boat like this but bubbles through me since it could be more serious.

You will not get your money back if you sell with new electronics, so don't replace electronics just to sell.
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Electronics are like politics, pretty much a two party system with a few 3rd party lingering around. Most camps are loyal to either Simrad or Garmin so by installing either you're putting someone off. Let the buyer decide but don't take a huge hit as a lot of people end up spending the money to replace what they don't like anyways.
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Originally Posted by VTXrider View Post
Curious what you mean bubbles, I don't think sctatchs worry anyone on a boat like this but bubbles through me since it could be more serious.
My guess is he is talking about getcoat bubbles or pockets that break open. Mine has some in areas.

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Originally Posted by Jeepman View Post
Not to jinx you, but have never talked to anyone who has sold a 2600cc and not regretted it.
That is actually a very good point. Ahhh, decisions decisions. I just do not think i can afford 2 boats, oh well we will see.
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Originally Posted by Angler2500cc View Post
My guess is he is talking about getcoat bubbles or pockets that break open. Mine has some in areas.

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