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Post subject: BUC used values for 1989 CD28 power  PostPosted: Oct 16, 2006 - 06:23 PM
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Boat Summary: "Sea Queue:, Hull #190. Fall River MA, 1989 CD28 cruiser.
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I just looked up BUC used boat values for 1989 Cape Dory 28s (I picked 1989 since mine is a 1989). Anybody can do this lookup for free at the BUC site, after registration (you have to do each search manually, though).

BUC site: http://www.bucvalu.com/

CD 280 Sport gas $36100-40100
CD 28 Open Fish gas $39600-44000
CD 28 Open Fish diesel $48200-53000
CD 28 cruiser gas $41800-46400
CD 28 cruiser diesel $51900-57000
CD 28 FB cruiser gas $42100-46800
CD 28 FB cruiser diesel $52300-57500

Excellent (Bristol) condition: +15-20%
Above BUC condition: +10-15%
BUC condition: no adjustment (equipment, boat useable as-is without work)
Fair condition: -10-20%
Poor condition: -25-50%
Restorable condition: -50-80%

Anybody have the 2006 NADA guide and/or have comments about how well BUC and NADA do for the small-volume CD 28 power market?

(No, I'm not interesting in selling, but I am interested in correct insurance valuation, I've had at least one vendor quote 2 years ago go way below what I thought was appropriate in total value.)
 
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Post subject: RE: BUC used values for 1989 CD28 power  PostPosted: Oct 16, 2006 - 09:12 PM



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Boat Summary: "Mariner II", Hull #047. 1986 28 Flybridge. Shipwright Harbor, Deale, MD
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I bought a 1986 flybridge (diesel) in May. These ranges seem just a bit low based on my experience. I was at the low end of the range you quoted above for a 1989. It's possible I overpayed, but based on what was available in the market, probably not by much. Mine also had a very recent air conditioner installation, which bumped the cost slightly.

FWIW, the surveyor placed the market value at 57k (somewhat over my purchase price), and replacement value of 150k.
 
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Post subject: RE: BUC used values for 1989 CD28 power  PostPosted: Oct 17, 2006 - 03:29 PM



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Boat Summary: "Surprise, Hull #095. Flybridge, Annapolis, MD
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For a small class like ours a market search is more accurate than BUC or NADA. Most surveyors and brokers have access to soldboats.com which lists the actual selling prices of boats as opposed to asking prices. NADA , BUC and ABOS values can vary greatly and it makes you wonder what data they mine to get their numbers. Most insurance companies use one of the three but if you want higher insurance value you would need to justify it, generally with a surveyor's valuation in a C&V survey.

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Post subject:   PostPosted: Jul 24, 2013 - 06:41 PM



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When looking at these values please note that they are 6 years old. Go to BUC yourself and check the values.
 
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