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  • Hello
    I saw a google image of my boat when I searched for pics of other 259's and when I clicked on it it came to a post that you had made for my boat when it was for sale. the green and yellow one with the custom motor. Did you know the guy who owned it/built it? Or did you just see it on craigslist?
    Just wondering.
    Need advice from the Checkmate Guru's, I'm looking at a 1990 Pacifica 199 with a 350 magnum and a 2008 C-Hawk tandem axle trailer. Old boy ( who is also a Chevy dealer) says he bought it from the bank as a foreclosure. He said he would take $9000 for it. Does that seem crazy high or do those boats hold their value that well? The boat is on boattrader in Shelby Ohio. It looks clean and all but let's remember old boy is a car dealer and they know how to make stuff shiny. The bad thing about the boat is it has no hour meter, but the owner said he would do a compression check if I was serious. Does anyone know what kind of numbers I could expect to see out of that engine?
    Any help would be greatly appreciated.


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