Go to searay.com click on model archives and you can sea any brochure on virtually any make year and model that they have made. I'm not sure if you'll find pricing due to the fact that this is all generally manufacturer info. next step would to find a dealer that has been around long enough(thru a couple major recessions) to find your price on the particular boat with the options that apply.
one dealer that comes to mind that has been around longer than the model in question and they are everywhere is Skipper Buds.
good luck the old brochures r pretty cool to see, match that wi the correct pricing and you have a cool display. (I'm gonna guess 17k w/sea rays go to trailer an EZ loader)
she's a nice riding boat I spent alot of time in them and behind them! good luck Kurt.
Your boat is listed but has too many unknown to me variables,,trailer canvas trim tabs acc. etc. They have the avg retail price around 1500 for boat only. I would guess that boat/trailer in avg condition WITH a solid deck etc in my area goes for 1000-2000. What people ask and what they take are two different things.The NADA guide is just that a guide and in most cases is higher than most people end up paying.
Found a guy who had a sales order pretty much like mine 260 mercruiser ,full canvas,small swim plate form and trailer. $9490 plus tax and some other dealer prep I converted it to todays dollars $42,000.