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Old 06-28-2018, 11:54 PM   #1
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I bought this boat as a short-term project but I just plain lost interest when it took too long. Boat is solid but hasn’t been in the water in two years. I bought it with a bad motor and installed a very low hour DF250 four-stroke and it’s never seen water on this hull. When installed we went through everything and installed fresh anodes, plugs, ran diagnostics, changed foot oil and water pump and the motor is perfect with less than 200 hours. While it was down I also replaced all the thru-hulls with new stainless ones, installed brand new Bennett tabs, rewired most of the electricals, installed new speakers in the deck, new LED cockpit and cabin lights, two brand new interstate batteries and the list goes on. Bad thing is it’s been sitting so it looks like three hells because of it. Needs a good cleaning and to be used while being finished. Sits on an older aluminum trailer that will likely need some freshening up but I pulled it from waaaay out in east Milton to my home in cantonment with no issues. I bought it in Alabama and have never registered it due to lack of interest but can do a bill of sale if needed for it. I’ll try to drop some pics in the next day or so. I’ve got a wad of cash in it but honestly don’t expect to get it all back. Was building it to last so I didn’t go cheap on parts. Would like to get $10k for it. PM me if interested and I’ll work with you any way I can. Thanks

This is the only shot I have of it available right now. The kicker bracket is gone now and it has new tabs along with a waterline boot-stripe done also in green awlgrip. Has a vhf, lowrance elite 5 and a stereo setup too.
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Old 06-29-2018, 09:00 PM   #2
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Interested, standing by for pics.
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Pics from today
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A few more showing the windless etc.
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It looks much better in the pics now because I used my pressure washer on it today. Almost like it now! Boat is well worth $10k.
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What does it still need?
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Ah man! This is pretty EXACTLY what I was about to start looking for. Dang. I'm not ready to buy yet. I've gotta put my Twin Vee 19 back together and sell it first. I tore it down to renovate it, but decided I need a bigger boat. Damn!
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What does it still need?
Needs a really good bath inside now but could be run as-is. Prop might be on the large side for coming out of the water but Iíve never had the boat wet yet. Bought it, started doing work to it, never registered it annnnnnnnd, lost interest. Between my 70 camaro, 69 Dart and my 66 Buick theyíre taking up my time and budget. If a car sells first the boat might stay!
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Ah man! This is pretty EXACTLY what I was about to start looking for. Dang. I'm not ready to buy yet. I've gotta put my Twin Vee 19 back together and sell it first. I tore it down to renovate it, but decided I need a bigger boat. Damn!
Itís a solid old boat and Iíll kick myself if I sell it because I donít like losing money. If my 69 Dart sells first I may keep the boat. Missing my afternoons on the water.
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Ran the motor a couple of times on the trailer now and it runs great(like any other 4-stroke) Cleaned some more on it and it's looking better all the time just from me making the effort. Still taking up space in my driveway when it should be getting wet and run. Forgot to say that it has a stereo with new speakers, a decent VHF with a new antenna and a Lowrance Elite 5 depth/fishfinder/gps also.
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