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    Default Thinking of selling scott hudson bay.

    Looking for some thoughts on pricing. I have a few year old 21' scott hudson Bay that is Kevlar with a 9.9 Yamaha with a trailer. It is in real good shape. IF I was to sell it what do you think I should ask for it? It is located in Soldotna .
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    The HB 21 is popular here.......need pics to pass on......is it labeled as "Kevlar" construction?

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    I believe it is and I hadn't posted pics because I'm not sure if i am. Leaning towards but looking for advice on price.
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    I don't know the age of your canoe but a call to Kanoe People will get you the price of a new one and adjust from there.

    Is it a later model made by Abitibi?

    I think I paid about $4K for a new fiberglass HB Scott two years ago......That's $USD......currency exchange spread was wider back then.

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    The Boat Shop in Fairbanks is good place to call and ask. Ask for Mike he sold me the one I used to own. Kurt

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    It's a good canoe in the peak of the season. $1500 for the motor, $5500 for the boat. I wouldn't budge a single penny, or just keep it when the low-ballers come around. Think of what people pay for an ATV, or a raft. Neither of which provides the versatility of a freighter canoe for a young family on a budget.

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    kevlar ? are you sure its kevlar big price diff compared to fiberglass

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    I am curious to know what canoe and motor a guy gets to replace the Scot and 9.9. Lighter, different material, mud motor... Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dirty Swede View Post
    I am curious to know what canoe and motor a guy gets to replace the Scot and 9.9. Lighter, different material, mud motor... Thanks
    Not really sure but working that out. But I think that I need to sell this first.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AK.airboater View Post
    kevlar ? are you sure its kevlar big price diff compared to fiberglass
    I guess I'm not 100%. I bought it from a dentist that had way too much money and was told by him that what it was and I have no reason to believe that he was lying. He wouldn't come down on his price because of that factor but to be honest I was buying it no matter what.
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    Just wanted to announce that I am selling the canoe. $7000 NO LOW BALLERS !!!!
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    Tom,

    May I suggest that you contact the manufacturer of Scott canoes, Abitibi & Company, provide them with your HIN #, and have them confirm the Kevlar option. That's a $2,000 upgrade, and potential buyers may not be willing to depend upon the previous owner's assumed income status as proof.

    Thanx, Dave.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BluNosDav View Post
    Tom,

    May I suggest that you contact the manufacturer of Scott canoes, Abitibi & Company, provide them with your HIN #, and have them confirm the Kevlar option. That's a $2,000 upgrade, and potential buyers may not be willing to depend upon the previous owner's assumed income status as proof.

    Thanx, Dave.
    I just found with the owners paperwork the manufacturer statement of origin and it confirms that the hull material is kevlar
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