I put this message up about a year ago, but I couldn't bring myself to part with it. This time it's for real.
I am selling a 1979 Outrage V-22, which is the same mold as the 80s Outrage. Also on Ebay: https://www.ebay.com/itm/152971491234?ul_noapp=true- New Ebay Listing starting at $1, No reserve
Photos: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/2mqcmdqg57djr2i/AAAJwOvm1vF4XyJiKps0fbeua?dl=0. The photos showing the weather set are from 2011, which is the only time I ever installed them. The other photos are recent.
It comes with a with a complete Mills weather set, a locally made Sunbrella mooring cover- made in 2013, Hall's upholstery (banana cushions, cooler cushion, rod holder cushions)- 2012, Anderson stern seat- 2016, Seastar hydraulic steering 2014, all new hoses- 2014, stainless props purchased from Tom Clark new 2013, Garmin 7" GPS fishfinder- new 2016, VHF radio and 8' fiberglass antenna- new 2016, teak back RPS with Anderson cushion and Z legs purchased from Tom Clark- 2015, 24 gallon deck mounted fuel tank under RPS, teak gunnels- varnished 2015, super console, Motorguide 36 volt bow mounted trolling motor- 2011, bow rails removed, rubrail and rubrail track- new 2011, internal tank is original 70 gallon Tempo polyethylene with new locally fabricated aluminum filler/vent and pickup fittings and new gasket materials- 2014.
More about the internal tank: The new pickup fitting was made too short, only 50 gallons are accessible.
Trailer is 2011 Magic Tilt with new axles and hubs- 2015.
Power is twin 1984 Johnson 115s, new powerhead on starboard 2011, new powerhead on port 2016. Starboard engine is not running well.
I am the third owner. The first owner was the Lake County Wisconsin Sheriff's department. Second owner was a guy from St. Paul Minnesota, who owned for around a year before selling in to me in 2011.
To be clear and so that there are no misunderstandings, this is not a "restored" boat. It has dings and scratches a plenty. I have made and previous owners have made unprofessional looking repairs, but it does clean up well and I attempted to keep its appearance original. It is commonly referred to as the prettiest boat at the marina.
It is for sale "as is".
I have lots of the cool original Boston Whaler documents and drawings and most if not all the receipts from the work I've had performed.
Boat is located in Fairhope, AL.
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