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Old 11-06-2017, 04:39 PM
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I am located in Gulfport, Mississippi. This is a rare 1999 hull, I wish I could keep it and get a flats skiff but I was told I can only have one boat. I had a lot of the work professionally done, which isnít cheap if you go to someone good. The engine only has 39 hours on her so far. Comes with a aluminum tandem axel trailer. The only reason I am considering selling is to get into either a Hells Bay or East Cape flats skiff for a shallower draft to pole through flats.

Asking $40,000 OBO
New Price $37,400 OBO

Contact after 4 P.M. please.

Jordan Kariean
228-697-8121
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I will list below everything done to the boat:

- console completely redone
- new trim tabs added
- random screw holes filled and grooved
- new lumitec underwater lights
- new hatch gaskets
- new modified windshield
- new simrad GO9 with totalscan transducer
- new live bait pump with raw water wash down
- new birdsall leaning post
- Seadek added: helm pad.
- new perko drain plug
- 8ft power pole on engine bracket
- new 2017 Suzuki 140 White with smart tach
- Stainless skeg guard added to engine skeg
- onboard battery charger
- 2 bank battery system
- center console rear hatch re powder coated
- NEMA 2000 starter kit to connect engine with simrad unit
- boat completely compounded, buffed, and had waxed inside and out
- custom Lefty Kreh decal
- new scupper drains
- custom boat cover
- Suzuki engine cover
- power pole cover

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Old 11-07-2017, 05:51 AM
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OMG, that is one amazing boat. Beautifully done. The hull has the sweetest lines. Fitting that Zuke to her really was a great decision. You deserve every penny of that $40K.
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Old 11-07-2017, 12:27 PM
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Originally Posted by huesmakd View Post
OMG, that is one amazing boat. Beautifully done. The hull has the sweetest lines. Fitting that Zuke to her really was a great decision. You deserve every penny of that $40K.
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Old 11-09-2017, 01:14 PM
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Dude. Incredible job. One of the rare times a boat is "better than new".
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Old 11-10-2017, 05:32 AM
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Well done Sir!
Highly coveted hull.

Who did your windshield?
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Originally Posted by Southern Hooker View Post
Dude. Incredible job. One of the rare times a boat is "better than new".
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Old 11-10-2017, 02:40 PM
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Originally Posted by WhiskeyRiver View Post
Well done Sir!
Highly coveted hull.

Who did your windshield?
Thank you.

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Old 11-13-2017, 10:34 AM
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Update

39 hours. She runs great.

I found a flats skiff that Iím interested in, but I must sell this sled first.
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Old 11-17-2017, 08:29 PM
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Still available.
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Still available. Make an offer.
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Old 11-21-2017, 12:48 AM
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Also I will trade for a used good condition Hellís Bay or East Cape Skiff.
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Jokariea,

What kind of numbers are you seeing with the DF 140? Im going to be repowering my SC20 Lefty in the near future and trying to decide which route to go. Thanks!
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Originally Posted by CHIPofftheOLblock View Post
Jokariea,

What kind of numbers are you seeing with the DF 140? Im going to be repowering my SC20 Lefty in the near future and trying to decide which route to go. Thanks!
The 140 is the perfect engine for this boat in my opinion. Zero water comes through the deck scuppers.

Roughly:
4500 rpm = 30.4 mph @ 5.9 mpg

5200 rpm = 36.2 mph @ 5.3 mpg

5800 rpm = 39.1 mph @ 3.9 mpg

WOT - 6200 rpm = fluctuates between 40 and 42 mph depending on trim @ 3.2 mpg.
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Still for sale.

!!!!new price!!!!

***$39,000*** obo
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Nice boat. Did you post a restoration thread you can link? Any pictures showing the work in progress?
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Originally Posted by paragod689 View Post
Nice boat. Did you post a restoration thread you can link? Any pictures showing the work in progress?
https://www.thehulltruth.com/boating-forum/766056-seacraft-20-lefty-kreh-edition.html?766056=#post9144419
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I didnít know this but the legendary Flip Pallot helped legendary Lefty Kreh design this boat. Pretty cool.
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Nice read about the Lefty Kreh Seacraft

https://www.sportfishingmag.com/boats/boat-reviews/seacraft-20-master-angler-0
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They did a great job designing the layout. The 20 seacraft hull has a LOT of history in SW FL.

http://2coolfishing.net/ttmbforum/sh....php?t=1798458

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Ralph had about 80 IGFA world records, almost all caught from his dinky 20-foot SeaCrafts. .
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