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Old 02-05-2015, 05:19 AM
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I bought this project boat last year, then ended up getting my Rampone a week later, so I havent had the time to work on it. It was purchased from a guy who started to recondition, but then his buddy's contender was available, so he just bought that instead. He had stripped the hull, and cut out the rear section of floor to access the stringer, transom, plumbing etc. Thats the way I got it. He had used the boat up until 2 months before I bought it. Looks like it got a redone floor along the way, 3/4 ply glassed over and maybe a new tank. Tank doesnt look original and the fuel line looks pretty new.
Anyway, its a project. I has a center console and a twin engine Stainless bracket that is worth about what I am asking for the whole boat. It would be useable if the rear floor opening was replaced and the boat was rigged. To make it beautiful would take more work, but the hull, stringers and transom are sound. Asking $1500. Trailer not included, but is available for $1500 also. I replaced the axles with 3500# torsion axles and new 14" tires just to go pick up this hull, so thats all the use those components have. Otherwise, new wiring and lights. There is some rust on non aluminum parts. Winch works, but has rust. Same with front support leg.


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Just got a PM from the original seller who tells me the tank was new 2 years ago, about 100 gallons and transom was reinforced also when bracket added.
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Great boat! Would the owner before you mind telling us what was done to the boat before you picked it up? Just trying to get an idea of what we would be looking at. Thanks!
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his handle on here is General Mate. He saw this thread and pointed out about the fuel tank, so he may keep checking in, but I doubt he would post anything directly on here without running it by me first
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Of course, I'm not sure what any questions might be. you have a hull, a bracket, a new fuel tank and the transom and stringers and floor are exposed to view. There are no instruments or rigging, no electrical or plumbing other than the lines to and from the fuel tank. there are some control cables there, I believe for older OMC. There is a console. Pretty basic.

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