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Old 22-07-2013, 10:30 PM   #1
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Auction 1st August

Franschini,Seatek,ZF,XSR Boats ! See link.

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Sorry Russ , just noticed your posting about this.... mine has a picture though! Just got e-mail.
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Old 23-07-2013, 07:51 AM   #2
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Old 23-07-2013, 07:56 PM   #3
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Bandwidth ?

Have forwarded e-mail to you as i received it , see if you have any luck !
Apparently some can view it and some can't for some reason , with the bandwidth being one of the problems.
Can forward to anyone that thinks they can sort it ?
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What do people on here think a) the grey military spec b) the unfitted boat are worth/will sell for ?
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Old 24-07-2013, 10:11 PM   #6
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What do people on here think a) the grey military spec b) the unfitted boat are worth/will sell for ?
Not a lot.

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Old 25-07-2013, 01:24 AM   #7
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What do people on here think a) the grey military spec b) the unfitted boat are worth/will sell for ?
Thats not really the important question. The question "one" should be asking is "what will it cost to finish a boat"?
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Old 25-07-2013, 08:12 AM   #8
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The military boat has borrowed engines and a £4,000 marina bill, I would imagine it has a lot of extra weight due to the specification and gun mount. I guess Isotta will settle for a percentage on what they are owed but in reality you could get the boat for very little indeed. If it's all up and running it would be a cheap long distance cruiser but with little resale value - if you wanted to race it the glass would have to go and a lot of weight would need to go as well. With no reserve it could fetch as little as £20k but if there are enough people after a bargain it might go for a lot more - that's the beauty of an auction you never know!

The bare hull would need the moulds for making a deck - I didn't see them for sale so they would have to be located and a deal done - making a new deck from scratch would hardly be worth it.

The Top Gear boat might be worth a punt as well if you're brave enough to sort out the sick motor.
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Old 25-07-2013, 08:51 AM   #9
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Old 25-07-2013, 09:23 AM   #10
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[what, ballpark, does a new engine of that size and type cost ?


QUOTE=Cookee;237490]The military boat has borrowed engines and a £4,000 marina bill, I would imagine it has a lot of extra weight due to the specification and gun mount. I guess Isotta will settle for a percentage on what they are owed but in reality you could get the boat for very little indeed. If it's all up and running it would be a cheap long distance cruiser but with little resale value - if you wanted to race it the glass would have to go and a lot of weight would need to go as well. With no reserve it could fetch as little as £20k but if there are enough people after a bargain it might go for a lot more - that's the beauty of an auction you never know!

The bare hull would need the moulds for making a deck - I didn't see them for sale so they would have to be located and a deal done - making a new deck from scratch would hardly be worth it.

The Top Gear boat might be worth a punt as well if you're brave enough to sort out the sick motor.[/QUOTE]
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Old 25-07-2013, 04:56 PM   #11
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The Isottas are not even worth buying as anchors! They used to make beautiful V6 race engines in the late 80's but the XSMG engine is a heavy slow revving straight six beast.
They have only ever had problems with them since they first elected to go that route. Far better to do what Dean has done and plonk in a pair of FPTs. Much, much lighter, far more economical and pretty reliable too.
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Old 30-07-2013, 03:47 PM   #12
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The blue boat has been withdrawn from the auction I have just found out.
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im on my way there on thursday morning. shame about the blue boat as i had my eye on that and put 2 proper engine into it. nice pedelo there though, could put a 350hp yamaha on it.
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just had a browse through the list and see this large, static model, I wonder what this would go for ?
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just had a browse through the list and see this large, static model, I wonder what this would go for ?
they have the moulds for the models as well.
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The interceptor has £4000 mooring fees and the engines are only on loan from a company.
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just had a browse through the list and see this large, static model, I wonder what this would go for ?
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Anybody know what the military spec boat sold for ?
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Anybody know what the military spec boat sold for ?
with £4000 mooring fees to pay off, no engines (they were on loan from seatec) got sold on the phone for £170,000. plus 15% buyers premium and 20% vat. so £225,900
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with £4000 mooring fees to pay off, no engines (they were on loan from seatec) got sold on the phone for £170,000. plus 15% buyers premium and 20% vat. so £225,900
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