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  • Mako 231 Complete C-Pac System and more... FREE

    I've recently redone my console and am offering up my complete C-Pac system to anyone interested in picking it up in South FL. It's all there, and in good shape - a couple minor cracks in the upper corners that can easily be mended. The plexiglass doors even have the Mako logo engraved in them. Also free to good Mako home: Star Board gunwale step, two group 27 West Marine/Seavolt battery boxes, gimbal cupholders, as well as mounts for a Ray RC435 GPS, a Ray 50 VHF, and a Ray DS600X fish finder, all in good shape.

    E-mail me for pics.
    1988 Mako 231[br]Miami, FL

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    Ok, since nobody has replied but many have read the post, I will consider mailing the C-pac inserts, acrylic doors, and all the parts listed at cost. Shipping the complete c-pac system isn't something I feel comfortable risking. Let me know if interested.
    1988 Mako 231[br]Miami, FL

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    • #3
      Where in South Florida are you? I just purchased a 231 last week and I am in Fort Myers
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      Originally posted by FINStoTHEleft


      Ok, since nobody has replied but many have read the post, I will consider mailing the C-pac inserts, acrylic doors, and all the parts listed at cost. Shipping the complete c-pac system isn't something I feel comfortable risking. Let me know if interested.



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      • #4
        Hi, the CPAC and other items are in Southwest Miami-Dade county, near Kendall-Tamiami executive airport. Was just in Ft. Myers last week!
        1988 Mako 231[br]Miami, FL

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        • #5
          quote:


          Originally posted by FINStoTHEleft


          Hi, the CPAC and other items are in Southwest Miami-Dade county, near Kendall-Tamiami executive airport. Was just in Ft. Myers last week!



          Will you be over this way again anytime ?

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          • #6
            Finatotheleft I just sent you a PM for the cpak and plexiglass. I live behind country walk and would like to have them if no one else has claimed. Thanks.

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            • #7
              Hi Aeronova,

              Never received a PM nor a response to my recent email to you thru the board. Please advise if still interested.

              Tks.
              1988 Mako 231[br]Miami, FL

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              • #8
                Hi Aeronova,

                Never received a PM nor a response to my recent email to you thru the board. Please advise if still interested.

                Tks.
                1988 Mako 231[br]Miami, FL

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                • #9
                  PM and email through the site do not work. You might arrange for another way to contact each other
                  Dave [br]Woodbury Heights, NJ[br]\'73 Mako 20[br]\'85 Mako 254[br]http://www.classicmako.com/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=55336[br]http://www.classicmako.com/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=52586

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                  • #10
                    Thanks for letting us know Dave.
                    1988 Mako 231[br]Miami, FL

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                    • #11
                      Aeronova,

                      You can email me at SF(nine-nine-nine-two-six-four)@gmail.com. Just replace the spelling in parenthesis with numbers.

                      Tks.
                      1988 Mako 231[br]Miami, FL

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                      • #12
                        What's a CPAC system?
                        1981 15\' Boston Whaler, 1987 MidOcean 26, 1973 22\' Mako (Hull+trailer for sale)

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                        • #13
                          CPAC systems were Mako's solution for installing electronics - and general storage - in the console. It was visionary design in its day. The electronics are housed behind plexiglass hatches, and there are removable "C-PAC" trays with shelves that could be removed - electronics and all, for safekeeping. When you went boating, you slide them in, connected them, and you were ready to go.
                          1988 Mako 231[br]Miami, FL

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                          • #14
                            Hi Fins,

                            I am in need of the plexi covers for the cpac. I can use the rest, but the covers will save me a bunch of work and probably look better than what I make. I live in the Tampa area, but will not be home till Christmas. If you still have it available, I can drive down and pick up everything, or Id be happy to buy and pay for shipping of the 2 plexi covers.

                            Thanks
                            1984 Mako 254 -OX66 250[br]1987 Mako 231 -Etec 250[br]Hernando Beach, Florida

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                            • #15
                              Thanks everyone, the plexi covers and the cpac inserts have new homes. If anyone wants the shell, please let me know in the next couple of weeks - then it's history.
                              1988 Mako 231[br]Miami, FL

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