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  • 1983 Mako 17 - Fully Restored

    Fully restored 1983 Mako 17 Standard. The restoration occurred in 2007.


    The entire boat was stripped and sanded, Awlgrip 545 applied and 5 coats of Awlgrip topcoat.

    - Hull sides are Aqua Mist

    - Top cap and insides are Cloud White

    - Floor is striped with Aqua Mist non-skid


    - New aluminum fuel tank installed along with new fill and vent hose.

    - All electrical and plumbing was redone.

    - Transom was raised to 25"


    Accessories include the following:

    - Dual Optima blue top batteries

    - Bilge pump

    - Fusion MS-RA70 stereo receiver (Bluetooth)

    - (1) JL Audio 600 watt amplifier

    - (2) JL Audio 8.8" M-Series marine speakers

    - (2) JL Audio 7.7" M-Series marine speakers

    - Garmin 541s GPS/Sounder

    - Pop up LED bow light

    - LED anchor light (removable)

    - Lenco Trim Tabs

    - Bay Star hydraulic steering with SS wheel

    - Custom built leaning post

    - Birdsall custom built back rest

    - LED deck lighting (Blue)

    - Dual LED underwater lights (Blue)


    Motor is a 2003 Yamaha 150 HPDI with 620 hrs. The boat is used mainly in fresh water and has only been in salt water a couple of times since I have owned it.


    *Includes a 2015 Continental aluminum single axle trailer and full boat cover.


    **THE BOAT HAS BEEN SOLD**
    Last edited by EmptyPockets_17; 12-28-2019, 03:16 PM.
    1983 17 Standard/150 HPDI

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        Boat is still available
        1983 17 Standard/150 HPDI

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          SOLD!
          1983 17 Standard/150 HPDI

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            Congratulations. Great looking 17. How much did it sell for if you don't mind me asking.
            1985 Mako 17 T/T Broken Arrow [br]Jake Dodge[br]Maysville, GA[br][br]Project thread http://www.classicmako.com/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=58992

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