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montana_sanger 05-06-2008 2:50 PM

Check out the Sanger website for a $2000 off voucher good thru May 31st on V models excluding the V-210, I know a few of you were pretty close. <BR>Hope this helps, hope your dealer participates. <BR> <BR>I am, NO sales tax here- sorry cheap plug please don't ban me.

polarbill 05-06-2008 3:03 PM

Dave, no sales tax has no bearing on someone buying your boat from out of state. Their state is going to collect the tax they are owed when the buyer licenses the boat.

montana_sanger 05-06-2008 3:12 PM

Depends on the state bud, some do, some don't, some only care about trailers etc. We sell lots of units out of state. <BR> <BR>I was just bringing up the $2000 off more than anything.

polarbill 05-06-2008 3:14 PM

Cool, what states do that. Is that like Colorado. My roomate is from there and his parents were saying they don't even have to license their boat, only the trailer. I wished I lived there.

polarbill 05-06-2008 3:18 PM

Dave, you can probably have real competitive prices I bet. I can't imagine it costs much in overhead to run a dealer in Montana compared to the dealers located in Seattle, Bellevue, Issaquah.

txrider 05-06-2008 3:51 PM

We're offering the discounts in Austin and Dallas. Don't know if any of the Sanger guys noticed the post in the wakesurfing section but there's a good write up on the new V237.

dwakesetter 05-06-2008 5:08 PM

Also offering the discounts in TN for all of the east coast guys that do not want to pay for the high shipping. <BR> <BR>(Message edited by dwakesetter on May 06, 2008)

montana_sanger 05-06-2008 5:55 PM

You bet, low overhead helps I think we have more of a freight issue more than the West Coast. <BR> <BR> I'm thinking that I may have too many factory options on the few I got. I pretty much ordered them how I ordered my own. I think some dealers are doing a fair amount of accessory installs or something, I like factory warranty on that stuff if possible. Being a boardslut myself I am on here pretty much everyday and some prices I've seen frankly blow my mind. Else there is some other pricing structure. <BR>Just cant be apples to apples as they say. <BR> <BR>All I can say is I've had my V215 out a few times so far, and I love how it handles,rides, works in the chop you name it. If I could only get my boss to pay for my "demo" gas, even if I take the same crew 40 times in the next few months.

ralph 05-06-2008 6:45 PM

Form those that have the 237 on the lot, how much bigger is the cabin than the 215? From what I can tell from photos most of the extra length is in the bow and sun pad?

montana_sanger 05-06-2008 6:58 PM

It surely feels bigger sitting in it, I will measure them tomorrow at work and let you know. <BR>Thats going to be the next boat I get, divorce or not.

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