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'01 Somkercraft Ultima 182; price???

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Hey guys,

Looking at the above boat with an '01 115 Merc 4 stroke on it. Minn Kota Auto Pilot on the front (not sure of the lbs.), no electronics or other add on's. It's in decent shape; not great not bad.

What do you think the ballpark numbers are for this boat?

Thanks,

TRITC

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Anywhere from Low retail of $11,400 to high retail of $13,600

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Do what I did when selling my old boat go to boat trader online and do a search for a 01 18' somker craft, but leave the search area open so it looks all over the county, I found 6 just like the one I was selling, that gave me a good idea.

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Anybody have any experience with these boats, good/bad/other???

Thanks.

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TRITC

I owned a 1994 Smoker Craft Ultima 175, with a Marcury 115 hp and Minnkota Auto pilot on the bow. I was very satisfied with the rig. I baught the rig new in 94 and just sold it last month. I took excellent care of the rig and it went for $8,000.00. I dont have any regrets with the rig. Good Luck.

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