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WTB: Older 23' INBOARD Mako or Seacraft

Old 07-16-2020, 09:26 AM
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Default WTB: Older 23' INBOARD Mako or Seacraft

I've got my classic Mako 22 outboard boat for sale and I think my next project will be an inboard boat. I'm on the hunt for a Mako or Seacraft 23' inboard. Ideally an OK condition boat with a blown or missing motor. Anyone know of one growing trees or sitting in somewhere? They're kind of hard to find. I'm aware of Blackfin and Topaz as well, they're pretty cool but the 8' beam on the SC or Mako is ideal for storage reasons. I'm in Florida and just starting the search for a winter time project.
Old 07-19-2020, 09:20 AM
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Not quite a project like you’re looking for but with boats there’s always something; have an ‘83 correct craft fish nautique that I may part with if the situation is right.








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I've got my classic Mako 22 outboard boat for sale and I think my next project will be an inboard boat. I'm on the hunt for a Mako or Seacraft 23' inboard. Ideally an OK condition boat with a blown or missing motor. Anyone know of one growing trees or sitting in somewhere? They're kind of hard to find. I'm aware of Blackfin and Topaz as well, they're pretty cool but the 8' beam on the SC or Mako is ideal for storage reasons. I'm in Florida and just starting the search for a winter time project.
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Man I Love my Dusky. No fancy gelcoat to crack, I’m not worried about people dropping or breaking anything. She is a workhorse. I can put eight people bean bag chairs, go out bottom fishing and put the beanbag chairs either in the cabin or on the bow. It’s loud as hell sometimes I must say but I’ve spent many an hour dickin with her...cleaning fuel tanks and getting rid of outdated electrical crap, etc. etc. She has a custom aluminum top because the old owner hand fabric it and over built it. Shes one of a kind. As long as you are not in a hurry this boat gets you there. The glass is super thick. It has A mercruiser 5.7 330hp close cooled black scorpion. At 3300 rpm She gets a bit thirsty, but I’ve upped the size of my prop and I’m really Happy at 20 knots in 3 footers.

It would be a 276 if it had a bracket
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I just saw a 23 Mako inboard posted on Craigslist / Treasure Coast. Looked like a doable project from the photos.
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That Mako on the Treasure Coast is in real good shape, motor hasnt been run in a while though. More of a mechanical project than anything, hull is in great shape. PM me if you would like more info.

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