Dear Mr and Mrs Tillet,
Your son has found a great deal on one of the best and most sought after wakeboard boats of all time. I believe it to be a great deal assuming everything checks out well. 350 hours is average hours at most. If you purchase this above boat for ~28k and find out it isn't for you or Chase doesn't deserve it I would estimate you would be able to sell for 35k+ during the summer half of the year and probably 32-35 in the offseason. Point being you don't stand to lose much and may even gain value in boat value if you decide to sell. Searching onlyinboards.com for 2004 to 2006 SAN210's I found this data. 9 boats, a high price of 51k, a low price of 33.5k, and an average price of 39,867. Even if you take away the 2 most expensive you get an average price of 37,271. The boat your son is purposing is 25% less then the average price excluding the 2 most expensive and about 16.5% less then the lowest price. Again, assuming the boat checks out this is a near unbeatable deal.