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    96 capri 1750 LS-gctid404346

    I'm looking at a 96 capri 1750LS with the 3.0L mercruiser, does anyone have any input or feedback on this boat. The boat appears to be in perfect condition, I'm wondering what this boat might be worth?

    Thanks

    Jon

    #2
    Not sure if this helps you, but I purchased my '96 1950 Capri in early 2008 for $6,500. In terms of condition, it was rarely used and immaculate, mostly sat in covered storage except for a few hours on the weekends.

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      Zebra Muscle wrote:
      Not sure if this helps you, but I purchased my '96 1950 Capri in early 2008 for $6,500. In terms of condition, it was rarely used and immaculate, mostly sat in covered storage except for a few hours on the weekends.
      thanks,

      what engine do you have in your 1950 is it the 3.0L as well or something bigger, and how fast does it go

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        #4
        It's the standard 135hp 3.0L. Plenty of power and excellent on gas. I rarely take it higher than 30-32, but have touched 40 mph on dead-calm days.

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          Zebra Muscle wrote:
          It's the standard 135hp 3.0L. Plenty of power and excellent on gas. I rarely take it higher than 30-32, but have touched 40 mph on dead-calm days.
          looks like I might have a new boat this time next week, just have to drive 600 miles to go get it. I ended up paying $4300 for the boat. haven't seen it in person but going by the pictures it looks great

          here is a link to the pictures, I got it on ebay.

          http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...#ht_500wt_1182

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            #6
            Looks very clean - good luck with it!

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