87' 18' We-no-nah Sundowner
Posted by: old_user on Feb-14-13 1:48 PM (EST) Category: Canoes
I have a 18' Red Wenonah Sundowner that looks like new yet even though it was built in 87'. I have been thinking about selling it and I am having a hard time putting a value on it. It is about 75lbs so probably composite and not Kevlar. Is there anyone who can give me a true selling value? I really appreciate it!
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Posted by: clarion on Feb-14-13 1:58 PM (EST)
For example, if you're in Kansas it's probably worth less than if you're in Minnesota.
Posted by: old_user on Feb-14-13 2:42 PM (EST)
Good point, I am on the Minnesota Border. So could you price it according to Minnesota?
I had the same number in mind Kim did|
Posted by: clarion on Feb-14-13 3:17 PM (EST)
Posted by: old_user on Feb-14-13 3:47 PM (EST)
Thanks for your input. It's so hard to know with all the new Wenonah's in the 1500 to 2500 range.
That's not to say you can't get more|
Posted by: clarion on Feb-14-13 4:07 PM (EST)
The right buyer would probably pay more. But there's always the question of how long you want to keep it for sale.
Oh sure you can tootle it around|
Posted by: kayamedic on Feb-14-13 5:00 PM (EST)
For Kevlar I would go a grand on a boat|
Posted by: kayamedic on Feb-14-13 3:05 PM (EST)
Weigh it again|
Posted by: plaidpaddler on Feb-14-13 10:00 PM (EST)
there was only one layup for the 18'Sundowner that approached 70# and that was extra-stiffened fiberglass. With options like wood trim and sliding seats front and rear it might hit 70#. Is the bottom smooth or does it have raised ribs? Does it have ribs up the sides to almost the gunwales? What color is the interior?