So the one you are selling has a problem, or are you selling the one that will be replacing the defective one? Great deal if its the one in route. Might still be good if defective one has minor blemishes. Usually if a manufacturer replaces a kayak under warranty, they will require you to show proof you destroyed old one by cutting it up. Or at least that's how it was years ago. Just trying to help you sell it and someone else buy it and both be happy.
As stated the kayak I will be picking up (and is the kayak being sold
) will be a brand new kayak that is being replaced under warranty. The defective kayak has already been returned to the dealer who has handled the warranty process. The dealer has already cut out the part of the kayak needed by the manufacturer and has kept/disposed of the rest of the kayak.
1. The purchaser will be getting a brand new kayak that I will be picking up from the dealer.
2. The purchaser will be getting the used accessories (rudder and anchor trolleys) that were installed on the defective kayak and removed.
3. The purchaser will be getting a brand new trolling motor and motor mount that has never been used.
4. Since this is a brand new kayak it has never been titled and if the buyer wants it titled they will have to do so.
5. The brand new kayak and all extras are located in Austin.
6. The kayak will not come with paddle, life jacket, crate, fish finder, etc.