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Old    abadsvt            12-02-2006, 10:16 AM Reply   
Well as some of you know i am looking at getting an 07 MC X2. I was thinking about colors when yesterday my dealer called me tellin me that if i want he can get me an 07 MB B52 for cheaper than the X2 if i am interested. So i went down and looked at the boat. It was beautiful. It was a charcole grey and orange flames. If felt roomy, comfortable, upgraded motor, and alot more. Now i am little confused on what to do. I like both boats alot. Each one has pros and cons. The X2 is only 20' but it is also a Mastercraft which whill have better resale value. The B52 is bigger and equally as nice and cheaper but i don't think the resale will be as much. Has anyone been in both boats that can comment? I liked the b52 alot. Do you think resale is going to be a big difference? I think the boat was a 22' not the 23'. I am not only worried about the resale value but don't want to be completely upside down when i upgrade. The B52 also has 2-3 times the amount of ballast as the X2 has. On the other hand the X2 is a beautiful boat also. The twin tip is sweet. Anyways Thanks josh

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