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  • NorwegianDave
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    The premium price on the pre-Meridian model 3488s never made sense to me. It is a sweet looking boat with a modern interior, but you could get a 4550/4588 for that price!

  • Jeffw
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    Originally posted by Traxxas View Post
    Looks like the late gen models in the 34's at least got diesels. But all the other ones I looked at didnt have them Sad, it would be my next boat.

    https://www.yachtworld.com/boats/200...yacht-3577317/
    You could by my 2000 3388 for two-thirds of that price...

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  • Traxxas
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    Looks like the late gen models in the 34's at least got diesels. But all the other ones I looked at didnt have them Sad, it would be my next boat.

    https://www.yachtworld.com/boats/200...yacht-3577317/

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  • Jeffw
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    3258s have outdrives, not sure about diesel options. 5.7 gas was standard and 7.4 gas was an option, rare to find.

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  • NorwegianDave
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    I think you are right, most of these are inboard/outboard Mercs. Does anyone know if they offered diesel in the Avanti models (3258/3488)?

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  • Traxxas
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    I just wish they had diesels! Pretty much all the ones I've found are the 7.4s.

  • NorwegianDave
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    Hard to tell! These Avanti models (3488 and 3258) have almost identical floor plans and look very similar. It's a great layout!

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  • Jeffw
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    Is it a 3488, or a 3258?

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  • NorwegianDave
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    I think you are on to something here!

  • green650
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    I see a market there. Old boats that cost more to fix then they are worth, could be towed to new homes on land instead of the dump.
    Could be a niche market for small campgrounds where you stay in a boat instead of a tent.
    Or airbnb in your backyard if you live where there are no regulations.
    In Bisbee Arizona there is an RV park full of classic teardrop trailers that you can rent. I think something similar could be done with boats.

    https://www.roadsideamerica.com/tip/6429

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  • NorwegianDave
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    This is both strange and awesome!

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  • Traxxas
    started a topic Bayliner 3488 Home?

    Bayliner 3488 Home?

    This poor Bayliner was gutted looks like But for a 2k you can have a land fiberglass house!

    https://www.facebook.com/marketplace...2245462250069/
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