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    Its better to burn out than fade away christian79's Avatar
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    HELP!!! 2004 MSX 150 32 Hours 1 Owner.. What is it worth. No NADA listing

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    Its better to burn out than fade away christian79's Avatar
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    so $4900 would be high then? With only 32 hours?

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    I'm not sure. I didn't look. I just found it for you.

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    Seems high. I bought my 04 MSX for roughly 5500OTD brand spaken new in the crate. 3500 seems about right to me.

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    Paid $4,200 last fall, 18 hours.... pristine condition.

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    You also have to take in to consideration your location. Us midwest guys rarely get to see one of these for sale. The last one I saw sold for almost 6K. You would probably get one cheaper on the coast and then shipping it to you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ph2ocraft View Post
    Seems high.
    I bought my 04 MSX for roughly $5,500 OTD brand spanken new in the crate.
    3500 seems about right to me.
    Wasn't that $5,500 a significant discount from list, at the time?

    I paid over $4K for my used 2004 MSX 140 (clean, low hours), and I would expect the MSX 150 to sell for a little more. Somewhere in the $4,500+ range is the asking price range I have seen for very clean MSX 150 in the Ohio/PA/NY area.

    With low hour Polaris PWC, it really is dependant on the actual internal and external condition (hull and motor) and prior maintenance. It is still 4+ years old, and poor practices can cause issues, even with low total hours.

    Fogging, flushing, summer storage (in-water, indoors, outside), Polaris Service Bulletin updates done, winter storage prep, waste gate shaft moving freely, oil level kept low enough to avoid air intake contamination, etc.

    On the high end, I spoke with a fellow last summer, who purchased a 2003 MSX 140 in 2006, zero hours, from a dealer. He paid $16K including trailer, and was asking $10K with 20ish hours on it in August 2007. I didn't have the heart to tell him it was worth less than half what he had paid for it just a year before.

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    I paid $4900 for mine with 23.8 hrs on it in litereally brand new shape with 05 Triton Trailer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by K447 View Post
    Wasn't that $5,500 a significant discount from list, at the time?
    None-the-less, that's what I paid.
    Kevin and I just bought an 04 MSX150 less that 25 hours, looks brand new for 1100. We'll put roughly 1K into the engine repairs and a little labor for install but it still gets us a brand new looking, freshly rebuilt MSX150 for less than 2500.00
    There's anbother MSX150 in our hood for 800 bucks with a missing powerplant, I'm checking it out this weekend.
    I've found the 140's to go for much better money than the 150's but it's usually because the 150's need repair and the owners can't find a shop.
    I think if you start calling the shops and aren't afraid of a little mechanical work, the MSX150 is going to wind up being one of those "deal of the century" type boats.
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