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    Pantera Classic Price

    What's the lowest price I could expect to pay for a new Classic with a 200?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cade Howard View Post
    What's the lowest price I could expect to pay for a new Classic with a 200?
    I was quoted $39,995 with a Mercury 150 4-stroke or Optimax so I would guess $43,500 with a 200.

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    #3
    I've been calling around for a Classic with a 200hp opti... $43,500 Is the price.

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    Can you get a 36 Volt Trolling Motor system installed on the Pantera Classic ? From the pictures I've seen it doesn't look like there's much room. Just curious cause that's what I would want for that boat.

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    I'm pretty certain you can get a 36 volt trolling motor on the Classic along with the extra battery. I don't see any reason why you'd need it, but to each his own.
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    I looked at one Friday in Tennessee. Price was $44,000 with 200 proXS.

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    Prices will vary according to options. Electronics add up quickly if you upgrade.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Midnight Rider View Post
    Prices will vary according to options. Electronics add up quickly if you upgrade.
    Copy that regarding upgrades adding up fast to boat costs.

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    Best deal you will find! I looked at it in person and it looks sharper live, Iím holding out for a wide body though.

    http://texasfishingforum.com/forums/...U#Post12584274

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    #10
    Looked at one earlier that had a 200 Sho, 2 x 10" helix units and several other options that was $43.5k. This was a sharp boat also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grout-scout View Post
    Best deal you will find! I looked at it in person and it looks sharper live, I’m holding out for a wide body though.

    http://texasfishingforum.com/forums/...U#Post12584274

    That’s under 40K with a 200. Good deal.

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    The classic is a sweet rig from what I have read, my PII is great.

    Its alll about the options. They cost the same on any boat you put them on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sports1 View Post
    That’s under 40K with a 200. Good deal.
    Damn, wish I wasn’t semi retired. That’s a smoking deal.