2000 542 Campion Value

Discussion in 'Buy / Sell / Trade / Wanted Forum' started by seahorse, May 17, 2020.

  1. seahorse

    seahorse Crew Member

    I know this is a loaded question but wanted to get some opinions on the current value of my soon to be listed boat. I'm the second owner.

    Here is the list;

    2000 Yamaha F100 with approx 1000 hrs
    2011 Yamaha T9.9 with approx 600 hrs
    Baystar Steering
    Bennett Hydraulic Trim tabs
    EZ Loader trailer with Titan disc brakes
    4 blade SS Solas 17 pitch prop and spare SS 19 pitch prop

    Maintained with an open wallet and stored in my shed all winter and when not in use in the summer. Canvas and interior is immaculate. Only sits in the water continously for 4 days when in Nootka at the float cabin

    I have fished Nootka, Bajo, Pine Island, Nahwitti Bar, Telegraph Cove, Malcolm Island and Winter Harbour with this boat for the last 10 years.

    Needs a cut polish and wax, impellor and thermostat are due plus spring oil changes.

    Thanks in advance!
     

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  2. Stizzla

    Stizzla Crew Member

    Nice one! Good kicker and some goodies. Older power, clean hull I’d guess high teens to low 20’s?

    I’m sorry if I’m off, I just like this game. Almost as fun as the guess the weight of a fish game.

    Are you planning on taking care of the little list of maintenance needed before selling?
     
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  3. Aces

    Aces Well-Known Member

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  4. RiverBoy

    RiverBoy Well-Known Member

    desirable boat. it won’t last long
     
  5. seahorse

    seahorse Crew Member

    Just curious as to what do you guys think I should ask when I advertise?
     
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  6. kaelc

    kaelc Well-Known Member

    Without downriggers and with a basic 5 inch chartplotter. If I was a motivated seller I would list for 19.860. If I wasn't in a hurry I'd try 22.575. Let me know when you decide on a price, for a couple I know who is looking for their first boat.
     
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  7. Toba

    Toba Member

    Nice rig. Will go fast
     
  8. seahorse

    seahorse Crew Member

    I was thinking of listing the boat for $24,500 OBO do you guys think that’s a reasonable price? Or am I out to lunch ...
     
  9. Unreel

    Unreel Active Member

    Kaelc’s post is pretty bang on I’d say. Considering it’s the older style with higher hours I’d say right around 20 would be reasonable. I’ve seen a few similar year with 4 stokes for under 20. Depends how fast you want to sell and how many tire kickers you want wasting your time. Under 20 probably fairly quick sale, over 20 take a bit longer.
     
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  10. seahorse

    seahorse Crew Member

    Thanks for your thoughts, I haven’t advertised yet but I’m getting interest from a few people that know the boat and were wondering what I would ask for a price. I guess I’ve been too busy putting my project Grady together and haven’t had time to give much thought about the price/value.
     
  11. Foxsea

    Foxsea Well-Known Member

    "Needs a cut polish and wax, impellor and thermostat are due plus spring oil changes."
    You would be wise to do these things before selling. First impressions are a big deal when selling as is a well maintained boat. Even though you are moving on, owner pride will be evident. You'll sell quicker and maybe even get a better buck for it.
     
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  12. wildmanyeah

    wildmanyeah Crew Member

    I would post it for 30k and see what happens the market for these boats is nuts. Or well it used to be.
     
  13. Toba

    Toba Member

    30 is a bit much, up in that range your getting to another class of boat
     
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  14. Reel Gone

    Reel Gone Active Member

    Also the wrong year hull for that much coin. I believe 05’ and newer with now wood could put it in that price range
     
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  15. Natepolean

    Natepolean New Member

    fyi, I saw a similar one that was listed for $18,500 a few weeks ago in North vancouver. I think it got sold pretty quickly. 2005 is when they redesigned it and supposed to have no wood in the boat and self bailing deck and etc.
     
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  16. kaelc

    kaelc Well-Known Member

    Yeah, your boat is close to mint. Do those few last things, get a receipt for the impellor and themostat as well as oil change, and anyone who has looked at the absolute junk out there will have a hard time walking away on price and may even skip the mechanical/inspection survey process.
     
  17. Aquaholic

    Aquaholic Well-Known Member

    easy on the Realtor speak, eh!
     
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  18. seahorse

    seahorse Crew Member

    Hey Guys, thanks for all the advice , my Campion sold today went fast without advertising all word of mouth, just need to put the finishing touches on my Grady for the first trip to Cape Sutil off Port Hardy in 3 weeks. Gonna miss that boat...
     
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