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2012 Phoenix 921 Proxp For Sale


Bill Babler

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I will get this on the buy sell trade site, but just wanted to give you all the heads up that my 2012 Phoenix Team Boat powered by a Mercury ProXS 250 is now factory detailed and ready to go.

You can go to the Phoenix website and take a look at the 921 ProXP and see all its goodies, with some in addition, including side and down scan on the HDS 8 units and upgrade seats and a middle seat base and ped.

It has a keel guard and moose rack rod storage on one side. Everything is factory inspected and ready to go.

Trailer is up grad with wheels and SS fenders.

Of my 20 plus boat career, this is without a doubt as I have posted the best boat that either myself or as Bill Beck says either one of us have ever owned. These are big bad water boats with performance and quality this is really unrivaled in the BB industry.

Warranty is 3 full years of Mercury Factory warranty and 10 years factory on the boat to the second owner.

Our Banker was just here for our lodge financial statement and he said his loan value on the boat was $58,500.00 in this condition with the amount of warranty that is on the rig.

Asking $47,995.00 You find a better 2012 for less and show me the price.

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You can reach me here or call my cell for a test drive or a viewing. This is one fantastic Bass Boat

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That thing is a beauty Bill! I've never ridden in yours, but I got to spend half a day in Beck's Phoenix; and I will agree, these Phoenix boats are really incredible. They look great, fish great and handle rough water like it wasnt even there. Good luck on the sale!:-)

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Looks like someone had dog poo on their boots and walked all over the back deck of this rig. Guys that did it probably think Steez reels and Falcon rods stink from the looks of the boot tread patterns.

Just kidding Bill. What a beautiful boat and it looks IMMACULATE....no surprise there. Good luck with the sale.

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Overwhelming. Simply overwhelming. Those of us in tin boats don't even know the words to describe a boat like this. I have seen Quillback's up close and was impressed. This is merely overwhelming.

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nothing against you Bill, but 48K for a "used" boat. I know it is your "office", and hope you break even when you sell it. But come on guys. Bill's boat is typical of the Elite's pros boats, without the Power Poles. Add another 4K for those installed. And they win $100,000 if they get lucky. 99 other guys don't win near that much. Add in a $50,000 truck/SUV to pull it. So be it I guess, but I won't.

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Overwhelming. Simply overwhelming. Those of us in tin boats don't even know the words to describe a boat like this. I have seen Quillback's up close and was impressed. This is merely overwhelming.

Thank you so much. I take such care of my equipment it feels good to have it noticed. This boat never spent 1 night outside of the garage, and was completely wiped down and taken care of after every guide trip regardless of how tired or how hot it was. It was serviced on time every time and Ulrich has complete service records on this boat.

As you all know I offered pink slips for pink slips on how this boat preforms. It appearance is nothing more than aesthetics its performance and fish ability are without equal. Easily the finest boat I have ever owned. There is a 2014 almost like it setting in my driveway while this 2012 still gets the royal treatment in the garage.

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nothing against you Bill, but 48K for a "used" boat. I know it is your "office", and hope you break even when you sell it. But come on guys. Bill's boat is typical of the Elite's pros boats, without the Power Poles. Add another 4K for those installed. And they win $100,000 if they get lucky. 99 other guys don't win near that much. Add in a $50,000 truck/SUV to pull it. So be it I guess, but I won't.

None taken at all Jerry. My first boat that I purchased in 1978 was a Winner with a 125 Evinrude that I paid $3,500.00 new. I have been looking at Lund's and SeaArks. You know on a 21 to 23 foot metal boat it is pretty easy to get between 50and60K in one on the retail level. That is a metal boat. On these upper end glass boats really easy to slide over 60 grand without power poles. My banker told me the other day when he appraised this one that he has made several dozen loans this year on wake boats that were sold for $125.000 to $175.000 ie go to Shell Knob on a Summer Weekend. Don't believe they were fishing any tournaments with them.
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