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Old 09-10-2011, 08:22 AM   #1
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OK GUYS 3500.00 FIRM, WHICH MEANS I LOSE ALL THE $$$$$$ I PUT IN HER. : I have a 1992 Wellcraft CC with a 1992 Yamaha 115 2-stroke (mix your own oil) for sale. I do not hide ANYTHING so I will tell you the good and the bad. I paid 3500.00 and I have a little over 1500.00 in her so I have invested over 5K !! She starts and runs and purrs like a kitten, first thing I did when I bought her was take her to Kenny Mann at Emerald coast marine and had him tidy up the all the wiring and install a new fuse block, he also installed a brand new Eagle GPS/Fishfinder and Stereo with four speakers. (Stereo has remote with detachable face plate and will accept IPOD, CD, or USB ), both stereo and GPS are less then a year old now. Boat has dual batteries and perko switch with one brand new battery I just purchased for 100.00, trailer has BRAND NEW tires and rims.
Ok for the bad, trailer will need some work, mainly some rust on the outside rectangular tubing that will need to be cut out and replaced.
Boat comes with New black Bimini top, VHF radio, boat cover, anchor with NEW 10 foot of chain and 100 ft. of rope, and all the accesories needed to boat, (lifejackets, fire extinguisher, throw cushion). The boat is a SOLID boat and I have taken her 10 miles out, as you know these Wellcrafts are built SOLID, she has a 62 gallon tank and she has many more years in her. Flip seat cooler behind the driver, live well in front of center console. P.S. not the new tires and rims in pict, she has white rims now.
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Old 09-10-2011, 10:34 AM   #2
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LOVE these old wellcrafts !!!!!!!!!!!!! Good luck with the sale. Ill trade you my sea pro for it ????

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These boats handle rough water like a champ !!!!!!!!!!
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Anything is possible Parrot, you got picts ?????
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what kind of fuel burn #s are u looking at, Do u have pics of the interior layout,
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Fish, I have never put pen and paper to it but I can launch here in Navarre and drive all the way past Bob Sikes bridge and a little ways past, then all the way back, and all the driving in between hitting docks and such on 10 gallons or so.
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I've fished this boat a number of times. Very solid boat. great deal for someone.
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I would be intrested in interior layout picks and rear pics as well!
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Bump for a friend and a great little boat.
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I would like to see some more pictures. You can email them to me at
kmansland12@yahoo.com.

Also, where can the boat be viewed in person?
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