19 ft, center console, 1988 boat/ single axle trailer, very low hours, well maintained, 1990 150 HP Force outboard.
Licensed with NV titles to me for 20 years.
Spent big $$ on it including: (these numbers would be really big to do nowadays)
Replaced the gas tank, that was not properly mounted before, $1K+
Big engine with 119 lbs pressure in each of the 5 cylinders, 3 single barrel carbs, seldom used, except started regularly $2K plus. Last inspected and corrected by marine mechanic 4 months ago, including new plugs.
Water pump works well.
Galvanized steel trailer and stainless steel wheels and rails, bring on the ocean.
This is a vessel designed for costal use, but I prefer lakes like Mead and Mohave.
Engine has never been in salt water.
I added surge brakes, $1K plus.
Motorguide remotely controlled, seldom used, trolling motor, launched by Motorguide Power Gator electronically, remotely from the console or from toggle switch aft. Runs off two 12 volt batteries (or 4 if you want) under the front seat. I have the hand and foot remote controls, cost me $2K plus.
Remotely controlled anchor launched from console.
2 Bottom Line Tournament Champion fish finders/ side finders that records in 5 directions has 2 sets of 3 transducers on stern, cost me $1K+. Is older technology that shows bottom, and lifts fish off the bottom, so you can clearly see the fish at any depth.
Won't take long to figure out what is most likely a trout, catfish, bass, striper, or carp.
25 pole holders. If I can find white ones, that go in white holders next to seats and adjust, they will be included.
Oars mounted, as a back up or for boat launching/landing.
Comfortable captain's chair in front.
Redid upholstery all over.
Big live well, controlled from console, or use for fish well or storage under captain's chair.
Big storages also in console, in stern deck, under pilot seats, and in aft compartment.
Newer Optima gel marine battery that fires the engine well, and keeps electrical going.
2 sealed gel/AGM batteries for trolling motor.
Big wheel on trailer winch lets trailer be pushed into position, or launched into or picked up in water, so vehicle doesn't necessarily have to go into water, especially if there is a busy or no boat ramp. Metal wire winch to bring boat to trailer, and side rails, and newer carpeted bunks to keep boat in position on trailer.
Boat has been stored out of sun or under heavy duck canvas, but now has polyethylene cover that makes those white flakes in pictures.
Engine has cover too.
Marine mechanic put in new steering mechanism.
Force spray paint 2 cans for touch ups.
Trolling plate, spring mounted, drops behind prop for slower, deeper trolling, with 2 extra pins.
2 12 volt plug for electric or my Canon downriggers- they are available but are extra.
Haven't found yet, but will add if I ever find them: the slide in stereo radio, (speakers are marine and work well), ship to shore radio.
Flotation seat and vests, anchor, and aft and stern red/green and clear, removable pole lights, floating seat cushion are included.
Mount in back for water skiers, folding ladder in back, hull repainted.
Tires not used much, deep tread. Wheel seals repacked since last use.
Cruising speed: most I have done is 40 mph with 5 big batteries, people, etc.
This is the boat and motor you don't have to keep pouring money into fixing, because I already did that.
I have new center hub for steering wheel.
All the 3 gel/AGM batteries are new within last 3 years and take full charge.
$5650 or best offer.
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