Re: CYOA - 1978 Columbia 7.6 For Sale
Ray,Thanks for the heads up. I would be happy with $1,500 for mine given what we paid for it.By the way, I think I know which boat is yours, and it looks nice. I considered giving it a look, but it wasn't quite as big as we were looking for. We wanted a 30-35, and settled on a Morgan 33.
--- On Sat, 1/21/12, Ray Green <raywgreen@...> wrote:
From: Ray Green <raywgreen@...>
Subject: Re: CYOA - 1978 Columbia 7.6 For Sale
To: "email@example.com" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Saturday, January 21, 2012, 6:46 AMRobYou will get nothing for her if you list her on ebay.The ones that have sold in the last 6 mos were less than 1ooo.I am in the same boat with my 28 -1969.Ray GreenFrom: rrlech_sbcglobal <rrlech@...>
Sent: Friday, January 20, 2012 6:58 PM
Subject: CYOA - 1978 Columbia 7.6 For Sale
I need to find a good home for my 1978 Columbia 7.6 that is currently in Caseville, MI on Lake Huron. We are moving up to a larger boat, and we just can't keep her.
She has a few projects that need to be completed, but she has a good solid hull, hardware and sails (including spin).
Is anyone looking for a boat like this? If so, please contact me before I take the time to list her on eBay and Craigslist.