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Old     (lfxstar)      Join Date: Jul 2001       03-30-2009, 1:48 PM Reply   
Purchase your own new boat? Not that I make any money right now as I am a full time student, but in a couple years, I will be earning a paycheck, and am curious what it takes to be able to purchase your own NEW wakeboard boat. To further limit MY personal choices, it would only be a 210, 230, X-1 or X-Star but obviously I am interested in the payments and price range involved. This topic has nothing to do with persuasion because my mind definitely will not be changed and I don't want to get into arguments about why those are my only 4 choices.

Here would be my living situation that I would be willing to be in and have the boat on top of: condo/apartment on a lake or with lake access, or rented house (small) on a lake or with lake access in Florida, no loans, 40k+ a year for 4-5 years then substantially higher salary, and willing to build a little debt to own the boat of my dreams in my 20s before the big dollars start rolling in.

So there is the criteria that I can think of off the top of my head, obviously if you have any questions to make a better guess for me go ahead and ask. This thread is more for everyone in their early 20s (or whatever age) however that want to own their own dream boat in a few years though.


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