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WTB 24 BRX

jjg

Well-known member
The red/black one is nice 75k price is high for that boat. If it had a 300r I would be interested.
He’s down to $65k now unless he raised it back up, but thats still to high for a 14yo boat and motor. $45k with that setup is more like it. I agree if it had a 300r it would be a good buy at that price.
 
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Glenn Kornett

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I think TraceF3 sold his 2400 crawl through earlier this year for around $65K. He had a new (about 100 hours) 300R, and fixed everything on the boat that was not up to snuff. I think it only took a few weeks to sell it. When Caldwell Marine was building them, the list price for a 2400 with a 300R and options was around $126K new. A 23 ft Velocity / 300R new was a bit over $130K. Yeah I think that's crazy (I own a 2020 long deck 2400 / 300R) but there are very few for sale and if you find a 2010 say in mint condition, with an almost new engine, at $65K it is about half the price of what a new one was a year ago. So I can see why they are getting those prices, but I think that is short lived? Not sure if it is true, but I heard rumors that a new 24 ft Persuader will list around $90K. As we enter a recession in 2023, I think the price of all boats will drop like they did around 2008 - 2012.
I stand to be corrected. I looked at the ad for Trace's boat under "Checkmates for sale by owner" and he was asking $57,900 (not $65K) but it sold fast and I think for very close to the asking price. It was a 2008 year.
 

jjg

Well-known member
I stand to be corrected. I looked at the ad for Trace's boat under "Checkmates for sale by owner" and he was asking $57,900 (not $65K) but it sold fast and I think for very close to the asking price. It was a 2008 year.
Thats sounds about right, seeing that it has newer power.
 

dgs

New member
Thats sounds about right, seeing that it has newer power.
I have a 2400brx, purchased new in 2017, it was Checkmate’s Miami boat display boat. 300 Verado, hydraulic jackplate rated for the 400. Snap in carpet, ski pole, bow filler, the works. 3 props. Dry rack stored, fresh water. In Seattle now. I’m open to offers.
 
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