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  • 1973 17' Mako - 2015 Mercury 115hp - Restored

    SOLD
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  • #2
    Welcome to CM! Looks like a nice 17. GLWS Is that correct, it only has a 20 gallon fuel tank?
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    Originally posted by sicminds




    CL Ad: https://daytona.craigslist.org/boa/d...690767783.html

    Get the style and performance of a 2018 Mako for half the price!

    This Boat is FAST

    1973 Classic Mako 17 CC

    -Fully Restore in 2015

    -Excellent shape

    -20 gallon fuel tank

    -Rear storage / live well

    2015 Mercury 115 Command Thurst 4 stoke

    -Very low hours, maybe 20 at the most

    -Just serviced

    -Warranty until 09/2020

    -Hydraulic Steering

    -New Prop

    2016 All Aluminum National 25ft Trailer

    -New leaf springs

    -LED lights

    -Aluminum Bunks

    Extra Hardware

    -8' Power Pole Sportsman

    -Garmin Striker 7sv 7" GPS/Fish Finder w Chirp

    -Minn Kota Quick Release Bracket

    Additional Equipment

    -3 Total 12v Deep Cycle Batteries

    -100ft Anchor line & misc dock lines

    -2 Fenders (dock bumpers)

    -Galvanized Anchor

    -Coast Guard Kit (Fire Extinguisher, Flares, 3 Life Jackets, Throw float, Whistle)

    -First Aid Kit

    -Boat cover

    -Dual motor flush

    Reason for sale: Don't have time to use it. It's a shame such a great Boat doesn't get used.

    TEX or Call (three-8-six)-320-9428 for scheduled showings. The boat is currently in storage.


    1978 Mako 25 - Blind Hog
    1985 Mako 20c - sold
    Fort Walton Beach, FL
    http://www.classicmako.com/forum/top...TOPIC_ID=42841

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    • #3
      I believe so, but now that you mention it, I think I may of put 20 or more gallons in it.

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      • #4
        Check the Craigslist link for MORE PHOTOS!

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        • #5
          What's your guys opinion the price point for this setup? Inquires seems slow, I known the season here is coming to a close.

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          • #6
            It sure looks great in all the photos.[)]

            Maybe include some more details in the description. For instance, when you say "Fully Restored in 2015" what does that mean? Stringers, Deck, Transom, gelcoat, paint, etc.? Where/who did the restoration of the hull? Any photos of the restoration available? The newer engine is a real +, with almost 2 yrs warranty left. I assume that is Mercury Factory warranty, and it is transferable? New prop with only 20hrs?

            I think another big issue facing sellers of really nice older boats is the lack of any lender that would be willing to finance a 40+ yr old small boat. I believe that you need to find a cash buyer. Lots of willing buyers may be out their, but unless they go the Equity loan route, or can pay cash, your boat is not a choice for them. Lots of guys with $14K cash want bigger boats, even if they have to finance.

            I'm going to check out a newer, but still too old to finance, 17 this afternoon. Now that I've seen your boat, and the photos, even at 1/2 the price I think I'll be disappointed.
            Jim

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