Boatbuilding Blog

March 13, 2009

Original Godzilla – Now $62,600 Off

Filed under: Building - Considerations — tomlarkin @ 1:01 pm

Edited August 24, 2009 – It looks like they’ve knocked another $5000 off the asking price, now $69,000. That’s about half their original asking price.

In early December I posted that the original Godzilla was for sale for $137,500. I just found a new listing, asking $74,900. They’ve dropped the asking price by nearly a third in four months, and it still hasn’t sold. Scary times. The new listing has some nice pictures, with details I haven’t seen before.  That Kirby green hull (Hull color-Kirby-1 part bronze green, 3 parts bottle green (satin)) still looks pretty good, after five years.


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  1. It does look good still after 5 years. I like that rear hatch. Is that the engine box just behind the cabin?

    Comment by Kruez — March 15, 2009 @ 1:30 pm

  2. “Is that the engine box just behind the cabin?”

    Yes, this one has a small rear engine room, accessible from the back. My aft cabin is much bigger, at the cost of all that aft deck area.

    Comment by Tom — March 15, 2009 @ 3:09 pm

  3. I am a friend of your brother Jim in MN who sent me a link to the blog. Whay you have done is very cool. It looks fantastic – very nice work.

    Comment by Hector Fernandez — May 31, 2010 @ 4:00 am

  4. […] been for sale for most of the last 2.5 years or more. This time they are asking $125,000. The last time I saw it, they wanted $69,000. It was for sale originally 30 months ago for […]

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