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EARLY 1980s Classic Mako 21' for SALE

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  • EARLY 1980s Classic Mako 21' for SALE

    Early 1980's classic 21ft mako center console in great condition. 2001 225hp Mercury Saltwater EFI, 4 blade SS prop, excellent running condition. Aluminum float-on tandem axel trailer with brand new wheels, hubs, tires. Previously re-painted inside & out, new hull bottom paint and inside floor has been freshly painted. Custom T-top, radio box, LED lighting, stereo/cd/mp3, speakers. Livewell w/ dual recirculating pumps & bubbler. Freshwater wash down pump, hose, tank. All vinyl cushions good condition, rocket launcher leaning post, SS steering wheel and hydraulic steering. Hydraulic trim tabs, 1 piece custom stainless bow rail, set of outriggers. 3D color hummingbird fish finder. This is an extremely solid, dry running boat. Hull is sound and transom is dry. Was constantly taken offshore with no issues. 65 gallon tank with new fill hose. Transom is solid, no cracks or soft spots. Inspected floatation foam when tank fill line was replaced, all is in good condition. Over the years this boat has been meticulously taken care of. All wiring has replaced as components have been upgraded. All gauges work, tach, water pressure, volts, etc. Full canvas boat cover, but needs small repair.

    Unfortunate recent fiberglass damage as shown in photos to one portion of the hull. Someone with some fiberglass repair knowledge can take care of this repair and have a great boat on their hands!

    Asking $6,500 OBO. Call Sheldon, Three Zero Five, Five Four Two, One Two, One Six

    Serious Cash buyers only, please! Clean Title in Hand.

    Boat currently located at storage facility in Deerfield Beach, FL.

    Please call to Discuss!

    Jeremy F.[br]Hollywood, FL[br]81\' Mako 21 CC

  • #2
    Nice boat but that is significant damage, how did that happen? Have you had a professional determine the extent of the damage?
    David, New Kent, Va[br]

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    • #3
      Unfortunate mis-hap with a dock seawall. Damage is basically what you can see. Nothing hidden. Professional fiberglass guy checked it out and estimated about $2,000 in repairs.
      Jeremy F.[br]Hollywood, FL[br]81\' Mako 21 CC