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Richiela Posted - Apr 03 2010 : 13:39:42
So I was speaking to a broker about a boat he was listing. I mentioned a 2003 Chaparral deck boat. He stated that Chaparrals of that vintage are hard to sell...... My question is there basis for this opinion?

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Richiela Posted - Apr 05 2010 : 19:00:40
i agree, thanks
Shadowcruzr Posted - Apr 05 2010 : 07:53:17
Usuall because they are worth more than other brands. There is nothing wrong with them. Most people dont necessarily want/buy the best boat, they want one that there is a dealer for that brand nearby.

Chaparral consistantly beats other boat makers in quality and owner satisfaction surveys. I question the brokers motive for making that statement. I'd find another broker...

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