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sdaksteve

2001 Lund 1800 fisherman

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I'm looking at buying a 2001 fisherman with 150 merc and matching 9.9. The boat comes with stand up rain tarp,autopilot, marine band and 2 lowrance graphs,and a lund cover. The kicker also has ele. trim and speed control. The blue book says 12500. Any idea on what its worth? Oh, its in excellent condition.

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16K MINIMUM. I'D JUMP ON 12.5, IF I COULD TOLERATE A MERC..SOUNDS LIKE A GOOD DEAL ANYWAY GOOD LUCK

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16K MINIMUM. I'D JUMP ON 12.5, IF I COULD TOLERATE A MERC..SOUNDS LIKE A GOOD DEAL ANYWAY GOOD LUCK


Ditto you aren't going to get that boat for 12,500 ever. Blue book values tend to be low. I think they are that way to favor the dealer. I would think it should sell for more than 16 too. Probably in the 18 range depend on all the gizmos it has on it.

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Im thinking if you can get it for $15,000 area or even less jump all over it. If it has a bunch of goodies, good electronics, rod holders, bowmount, etc. etc. then it may go to in the $16,000 plus area but I dont think its worth any more than $17,000. That would be a spottless boat with all the goodies. It is a 01 after all.

Great boats and are very stable and safe for bigger waters. Pretty good all around boat for fishing, camping, skiing etc.

If you do buy it I think you will be happy. Its pre IPS hull I believe but still should be a very nice ride.

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Thanks guys, called him tonight and made the deal for 16000 for a spotless,always stored boat.

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Way to go enjoy the new ride. A lund will give you years of service for sure. I have always like the fisherman line of boats. I really like the full windshield.

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