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  • 1984 Classic 224 with 01-250 OX66 FI

    Ive had this boat the last 9 years and have enjoyed every opportunity weve had to spend on it as a family. Two years ago I replaced the 225 Johnson Oceanpro with the current 2001 Yamaha OX66. Motor has around 1100 hours on it based on what it had one purchased and time weve used it. I have all cushions in great condition. Fuel tank was replaced just before purchase and I have receipts showing work. Most of teak has been replaced with starboard, a few cracks where screw surface is but not bad at all. Has Sitex depth and fish finder and Garmin gps both older but functioning. VHF works. I just also replaced a month ago the front console box drain which cracked and replaced with 3/4 pex back to bildge with brass fittings. I have 6 access in box at current for any interested parties to see foam, also have cutout made for replacement of access wants to be sealed. T-Top fabric replaced last year.

    Bottom paint is faded but this boat has always been kept out of water on trailer so I havent spent time to recoat. Trailer is an 2006 EZLoader with two new torsion axles. I also coated torsion arms with POR-15 and top coat to protect. Hubs are also oil bath and new. Tires also new.

    https://charleston.craigslist.org/boa/6722362032.html

    Boat is located in Charleston, SC. Asking $9,500 OBO for the mako community.

    843.300.2851
    Charleston, SC[br]84 Classic 224, 2001 OX66-250HP[br]

  • #2
    Any feedback here? Ive been looking around at the market and this seems reasonable for condition, power, and trailer.

    Might just hold onto it if market has fallen more than I thought.

    TIA!
    Charleston, SC[br]84 Classic 224, 2001 OX66-250HP[br]

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    • #3
      hold onto the boat until the spring, fall is always a buyers market for summer toys
      *on the hunt for a 241/261*[br]1989 Mako 210 (sold and missed)

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      • #4
        hows the transom

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        • #5
          Transom is original but I have had it looked at the past two years by a very well known boat yard repair specialist and he has told me to "run" the boat. I've considered having it redone to raise the transom lines/splash guard but just haven't done it yet.

          I am happy to supply a perspective buyer his contact info along with references for work he has done should you be interested.
          Charleston, SC[br]84 Classic 224, 2001 OX66-250HP[br]

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