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Old 04-22-2008, 09:48 PM  

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I need to make some room in my driveway, so she's got to go.

The hull is solid, but the deck behind the console is a wee bit soft. I weigh 250 and can flex the deck a bit when I try to.. I venture to guess there is also a little bit of water in the hull's flotation foam.

Engine is a 1989 evinrude 110 VRO.. it runs awesome. I replaced the teleflex cables and shifter last year with morse cables and an old school morse controller.

I rebuilt the trailer last year- new axle, springs, hubs, bearing budies and rims/tires.. plus replaced a few of the rollers and the winch.

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Old 04-22-2008, 09:59 PM  

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took this one 2 years ago..

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im trying to sell my harley. if/when it sells ill let you know. Im interested
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OK.. I can be patient.

Its a great boat... Also it has dual VHF antennas.. one is up and one is down in the pics... just thought i would throw that out there.. Boat is wired for 2 batteries with a perko switch, wired for a bilge pump.. I kept it in the water all last year and it maybe needed 3 gallons pumped out of it the WHOLE season..

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Hey, That boat looks like the one I sold Zac a few years ago...I can vouvh that this is one of the great boats ever built in this size...unbeleivable seaworthy and handle a lot more than they appear. These hulls fish like a machine.


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unbeleivable seaworthy and handle a lot more than they appear.

I can vouch for that as I once saw 4 250-350 pound guys jigging mackerel in the bow of Patrick's and the stern was only 1 foot out of the water

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Nebe....why?


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Nebe....why?

I want a shallow draft tin boat- maybe a quintrex if i can find one and Nebe cant justify owning 2 boats, 2 air cooled VW's.. etc...Mrs Nebe would shoot me.
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Hey, That boat looks like the one I sold Zac a few years ago...I can vouvh that this is one of the great boats ever built in this size...unbeleivable seaworthy and handle a lot more than they appear. These hulls fish like a machine.


same model, but not the same boat
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heres a little info on the boat...

Last year I rebuilt the trailer... new axle, new springs, new hubs, new bearing buddies.. picked up a set of rims and tires off of Fishaholic-18 that had less than 100 miles on them..Its a shoreline trailer.. the steel is about 2 times as thick as the trailers made today and will last for years to come.

I also replaces the flimsy teleflex cables and junk throttle/gear shifter with a sweet antique morse controller and heavy duty morse cables. The steering cable is a year old and turns the motor very smoothly, but the previous owner forced the wheel trying to un-stick the old cable and damaged the teeth on the wheel- It should be replaced, but I used it for 2 seasons as is... it will sort of hang up if you turn the wheel one way and has to be slightly wiggled to free the bent gearing tooth.

oh.. its got a sweet Racor water seperator too..

This boat is worth more than 3 G's IMO probably 4.. I am just selling it for what I have into it.
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If it sells ;;

call me before you buy anything ;; I {might] be able to convince the buyer of #^&#^&#^&#^&#^&#^&s sweet Quentix to sell ...he,s onlty used it twice in over two years .. maybe he needs money ::::


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I will do that Clammer.
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My 1st boat. Thanks again
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Old 04-29-2008, 07:13 AM  

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moto you bought it?

Congrats! (if you did)

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So did Moto buy the boat or what????

IF SO>>>>>>Need pics of IG showing it off STAT.


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Moto bought the boat, but the thing that he does not realize it yet, is that it's Island Girl's boat now Im gonna miss that boat..

If all goes as planned nebe will have a rockin little boat in a while..something that can go in a puddle.
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Thumbs upalright Moto

congrats man

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congrats. I must have looked at this 30 times. I don't know where "biscuit city" is, and assumed it was too far north for a jersey boy. cheers.

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Best of luck with the boat! I came damn close to pulling the trigger myself..........
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Mako boats for sale

Mako boats on Boat Trader

Mako is a boat builder in the marine industry that offers boats for sale in a variety of sizes on Boat Trader, with the smallest current boat listed at 15 feet in length, to the longest vessel measuring in at 36 feet, and an average length of 20.01 feet. Boat Trader currently has 219 Mako boats for sale, including 67 new vessels and 152 used boats listed by both individuals and professional boat and yacht dealers mainly in United States. The oldest model listed is a classic boat built in 1972 and the newest model year was built in 2022.

How much do Mako boats cost?

Mako boats for sale on Boat Trader are offered at a range of prices, valued from $7,417 on the moderate end all the way up to $148,658 for the more lavish boat models. Higher performance models now listed are rigged with motors up to 1,314 horsepower, while the most modest more functional models may have as little as 40 horsepower engines (although the average power size is 150 HP).

What kind of boats does Mako build?

Of the boats listed, Mako offers familiar boat hull types and designs including deep vee, modified vee and other. These vessels are usually considered suitable for conventional boating boating pursuits including day cruising, saltwater fishing, freshwater fishing, overnight cruising and watersports. The boats available here currently from this builder come with outboard, outboard-4S, outboard-2S, inboard and other propulsion systems, available in gas, diesel and other fuel systems.

Why are Mako boats popular?

Mako is popular for their Center Console, Saltwater Fishing, Skiff, Bay and other among other classes and models. Overall these available boats have a shallow draft and average beam, features that make them a great option for day cruising, saltwater fishing, freshwater fishing, overnight cruising and watersports. Given their classic, crowd-pleasing status as a popular, established boat brand, used Mako boats in good condition often make sensible candidates for boat repowering projects.

What is the best Mako model?

Some of the most iconic Mako models presently include: Pro Skiff 17 CC, 18 LTS, Pro Skiff 15 CC, 231 Center Console and 236 CC.

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What to do with the 19' Mako?

Guys and Gals.. Need some input here..<br /><br />I bought an old 19' Mako last year for a song & dance... It's a total basket case... Stringers, transom, floor, all gone... Needs mucho attention.. It's been sitting ever since I drug it to my shop...<br /><br />Now I'm trying to figure if it's worth fooling with, or do I haul it to the dump...<br /><br />What i'm looking for is ya'lls opinions on what you'd be willing to spend on a 1969, 19' Mako thats been totally done up right, but not original; with no motor or trailer (the trailer's a maybe)..<br /><br />My plan, if I proceed, is to do all the stringers, floor, transom, glass work ect, plus paint and some rigging (wiring, bilge pumps, fuel tank, hardware, ect).. Basicly I would want to sell it as a finished boat, without a motor (outboard)...<br /><br />What do ya'll think it would be worth?.. :confused:

 

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