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Old    byerly137pro            09-18-2004, 10:42 AM Reply   
Today my dad and I went to the boat show and in the course of looking at all the boats we came into the Nautique's dealer. The salesman was probably the most down to earth salesman I've ever met and didnt treat us like pigeons. We told him we didn't want to buy a SAN new so he said he had 210 SAN with 250 hours but it was still practically brand new and came with team ballast, tower and others for 55k Canadian. Can someone tell me how durable a boat with 250 hours is and if this package is a good one.
Old     (mpayette)      Join Date: Sep 2004       09-18-2004, 1:55 PM Reply   
I have bought a SAN 210 2002 Team Edition for 60K, 200 hrs with trailer, tower speaker, tower lights.

A trailer is 4.5K
For my perspective, I love my boat

I think you will love it but this is only my opionion
Old     (mpayette)      Join Date: Sep 2004       09-18-2004, 2:03 PM Reply   
Bought it in April 04

Old     (mpayette)      Join Date: Sep 2004       09-18-2004, 4:22 PM Reply   
are you sure it is an 04 SAN and not a 03?
Old    byerly137pro            09-18-2004, 5:21 PM Reply   
This sounds like a nice deal your offering. But before I can consider your offer seriously I'd would appriciate the following info:
1. Why are you selling
2. Are you the first owner
3. Warranty
4. Are you selling through a dealer
5. What condition is the boat

I am pretty serious about this boat, this is exactly what we are looking for and the price range, and I really like the paint scheme.
Old     (mpayette)      Join Date: Sep 2004       09-18-2004, 6:22 PM Reply   
I am not selling mine, I was saying I have bought mine in April 04 a SAN 02.
I was giving you a comparable

a SAN 210 2004 with 250 hrs: how can you do 250 hrs in a summer.... that why I was asking you if its is a 2004 or a 2003
Old    byerly137pro            09-18-2004, 6:51 PM Reply   
oh, whoops my bad, still man I want your boat. This boat was used by a wakeboard camp and they sell all their boats after every season. Do you know where I can get a boat exactly like yours, what I mean is did you buy it from a dealer, and if so which one. Thanks
Old     (mpayette)      Join Date: Sep 2004       09-18-2004, 6:57 PM Reply   
I was lucky to have seen the boat in FL when I went to

The guy took care of his boat like a jewel.
I saw some boat in

there is a dealer in QC, but the price was 5K more, no options, no trailer and more hours.

The best thing is:
if you say a 2004 that was well maintain
oil change every 50 hrs and everything.
go see the boat, try it

I dont' see no problem.
Like I say I was VERY lucky
Old     (nautiair)      Join Date: Sep 2002       09-21-2004, 6:44 AM Reply   
that's my old boat- I loved that ride- almost as much as my 04- Martin, I have over 200 hours on my new boat and just got it in May- so, yes it is possible to put that many hours on it in a season- and we're still riding- take care



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