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Exceptionally Refit 25 Mako..... Back on market

Old 11-14-2014, 03:41 PM
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Default Exceptionally Refit 25 Mako.....**SOLD**

For sale is my 1976 Mako 25, I've owned the boat for 10 yrs.

This was a freshwater boat out of N. Texas before I bought it.
Refit was started in 2012 and finished in 2013.
Just about everything is new.

Awlgrip Matterhorn White over Whisper Grey
Stainless Rubrail
All Gemlux deck hardware (cleats,thru-hulls, hinges and deck fills)
24 Rod Holders
Custom forward deck making the fish box very large, I'm 170,5'8" and can fit in there easily
Custom Console
Custom James Caldwell T-top with enclosure
Tank was replaced in 2004 (140gal)
2008 HI-TECH Marine tandem torsion axle trailer with fresh bearings and tires

2007 Small Block 200hp E-tecs 640hrs
Key on to key off 1.7 with a true offshore load running 33-35 mph
Typical island load is 2mpg
Top speed with the 4 blades is 48, 50 with a Mirage 19.
Mercury Rev4 17's currently on it
Lenco Tabs
I-Command gauges networked into Simrad.

Simrad NSS12
BSM-1 Airmar B164 thru-hull
3G Radar
Fusion 700 w/Bluetooth
SiriusXM
6 M7.7's
4 10" subs
3 M series JL amps
All tinned wire, BlueSeas breakers, busses and fuse holder
2 group 27 starting batteries
1 group 31 house battery
BEP cluster with emergency parallel
3 lumitec LED spreader lights one fore two aft
2 lumitec RGB map lights
Under gunnel RGB LED's with remote
Freshwater wash down w/hosecoil
There may be some things I've forgotten...

$36,000
Located in Ocean Springs Mississippi

Email: captmattmcr@gmail.com
Cell: 228-547-4226
I work offshore so email/text is probably the best communication


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Old 11-14-2014, 04:25 PM
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That boat is awesome. Love the colors.
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Beautiful job, love the finish and the details like the wiring. Ck pm.
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Nice boat
Old 11-14-2014, 10:36 PM
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One of the finest Mako 25's around. Sorry to see her go. GLWS Matt.
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Originally Posted by Sailor View Post
One of the finest Mako 25's around. Sorry to see her go. GLWS Matt.
Thanks for the compliments guys!

Yeah, steve it will be bitter, sweet to see it drive away.
It's exactly what I wanted it to be and has treated me very well
Old 11-15-2014, 06:29 AM
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Very nice. I own a 1979 25' that I gave the same treatment to. Would rather have my boat or yours than any 25 on the market today.
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Wow what a boat! Goodluck sir
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She's sexy!
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Wow one of the finest 25's around. Good luck with the sale what is on the table next?
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There have been a couple questions about the materials that were used on the transom.

I'm not 100% on the layup schedule, however I do know that Vinyl-Ester resin was used and a high density foam as core.
The transom was also raised 6"

The same resin was used on the console and forward box both cored with davinci cell (sp?)



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Two guys 80gal of fuel
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That certainly is a job well done!! Very nice & GLWS
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You couldn't duplicate that boat for double the money. Great value. I am sure whoever buys it will enjoy it. Man, that's a clean boat.
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She is a "Looker"
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One of my favorite Classic Mako's. This boat is an absolutely beauty and she does look as good, if not better, than the pics. Good luck with sale. I wish I was in position to make a move; I would have visited yesterday.
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Best 25' around hands down. She's absolutely beautiful and the power choice/weight is perfect. Been lots of blood on her over the years too. GLWS
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Originally Posted by bigbender View Post
Very nice. I own a 1979 25' that I gave the same treatment to. Would rather have my boat or yours than any 25 on the market today.


I resemble your remark as well!



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Badass rig!!! GLWS!!!
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Thanks for the kind words gentlemen.
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if you lied and told me that was a 2014 mako 25 i wouldn't think twice, beautiful work

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