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I am looking to sell a 2000 ski doo mach z it has 370 original miles, clean as a whistle, I have installed tempa flow, and v force 3 reeds. What should I ask for it or is anyone interested.

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I am looking to sell a 2000 ski doo mach z it has 370 original miles, clean as a whistle, I have installed tempa flow, and v force 3 reeds. What should I ask for it or is anyone interested.

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$3750.00. Iwould say, i would keep it. crash dummy
 

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I am looking to sell a 2000 ski doo mach z it has 370 original miles, clean as a whistle, I have installed tempa flow, and v force 3 reeds. What should I ask for it or is anyone interested.

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where is the sled at? and pm me with a price.
 

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I am looking to sell a 2000 ski doo mach z it has 370 original miles, clean as a whistle, I have installed tempa flow, and v force 3 reeds. What should I ask for it or is anyone interested.

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any pic's? is it the millenium edition? , when was the last time it was rode?

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Not real sure on how to get pics on here. It is not the millenium edition. It was last rode three weeks ago, I put on 25 miles. I bought the sled 3 years ago with 108 miles on it and I have not rode it hardly at all since, I have another sled I ride, I was trying to keep the mach like new as long as possible because it is very rare to find one like this since they do not make them anymore.
 

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I NEED TO KNOW WHAT TO ASK FOR THE SLED, SINCE IT IS A RARE SLED MILEAGE AND CONDITION WISE.

PLEASE ANYONE GIVE ME SOME FEEDBACK

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Does it have RER?
 

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2000 Ski-Doo Mach Z
3-Cylinder
2-Stroke
796cc
Trade-In Value (Good Condition) $1890 Trade-in Value is what consumers can expect to receive from a dealer for a trade-in snowmobile assuming an accurate appraisal of condition. This value will likely be less than what you would receive from a private party sale because the reselling dealer incurs the cost of safety inspections, reconditioning and other costs of doing business. Trade-in values are based on clean units in good condition. Hours/condition and additional equipment may have a substantial impact on the value shown above.


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It has been stored in a garage with a cover on it. It has been summerized for storage every year.

People that have seen it said it was worth around $4000. Is that a good starting point.
 

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IF YOU JUST WANT MONEY THIS TIME OF THE YEAR ABOUT 1900.00 TO 2300.00 NEXT FALL MAYBE 2600.00 OR MORE. THEY DO NOT MAKE MONEY AS THEY GET OLD THEY LOSE THE NEW SLEDS ARE SO MUCH BETTER GAS AND SUCH.
 
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