Forum: WHALER
  ContinuousWave
  Whaler
  Moderated Discussion Areas
  ContinuousWave: Whaler Marketplace
  1973 Boston Whaler Outrage 19'4" Sale or Trade

Post New Topic  Post Reply
search | FAQ | profile | register | author help

Author Topic:   1973 Boston Whaler Outrage 19'4" Sale or Trade
sraab928 posted 05-22-2008 01:25 PM ET (US)   Profile for sraab928   Send Email to sraab928  
Hello all - I have decided to let go my recently acquired Outrage - I have too much on my plate right now and just don't have the time to make her what she deserves to be. Ok Here are the details.

1973 Boston Whaler Outrage 19'4" - Titled as a 73 but according to Whaler records and hull id she is actually a 72 - Stencil Number is 000109 - She was built in the old Norwell, MA factory as a 19 Whaler and was originally shipped out to a Boyer's Marine, Inc. out of Ocean City, NJ on 11/14/72. This boat had one of the first 19' models with a 12 digit hull identification number (started in November of 1972). The 12 Digit hull number ends with 1072.

She is currently powered with twin 1986 Mariner 75 Oil Injected outboards. Both motors run well on the garden hose. I have not put them in the water so beyond that I cannot tell you - I would plan on carb rebuilding just to be safe but may be ok as is. I did run compression on them - I have to check my records for the numbers - one motor was really good - the other had one cylinder about 15% off from the others - could be a head gasket could be something else - My plans were to replace the head gasket on that one and run them till they pop.

I picked up the leaning post after getting the boat - its a really nice one out of another whaler - has a sink, tackle storage etc. Its not mounted. Its shown in the first pictures. I would want to move the center console forward about 6" to give it proper room. There is also a set of console mounted outriggers. They are pretty cool for a 19 foot boat.

The boat is usable as is. I tried to take pictures that show the gelcoat cracks and war wounds around the boat. If you dont care about beauty you can use her as is. If you are like me I would like to see the boat regelled or awlgripped. I did drill some test holes on the bottom of the transom - Got a few drips of water - not enough to fill a bottle cap. These will be epoxy sealed before delivery.

The trailer is a dual axle galvanized trailer - Tires are old and will need to be replaced. It made the hour trip to my place no problem but to be honest I was nervous.

Well I guess thats it - Im sure I forgot a ton of things - please feel free to ask. -

I am asking $4500- or trade for a 15 Whaler.

Sorry for being so long winded - I still can't believe Im doing this.

Here is a link to some pictures -

http://smg.photobucket.com/albums/v472/sraab928/ 1973%20Boston%20Whaler%2019%20Outrage/

Tohsgib posted 05-22-2008 01:47 PM ET (US)     Profile for Tohsgib  Send Email to Tohsgib     
My Dad bought our 19 Revenge from Boyer just before they closed.
sraab928 posted 05-22-2008 02:09 PM ET (US)     Profile for sraab928  Send Email to sraab928     
I vaguely remember them - I remember Boyers seafood better - of course they are close now too - all in the name of new housing.
Sebash4 posted 05-22-2008 07:27 PM ET (US)     Profile for Sebash4  Send Email to Sebash4     
Where are you located ??
sraab928 posted 05-22-2008 08:47 PM ET (US)     Profile for sraab928  Send Email to sraab928     
The boat is located in West Berlin NJ - 08091.
sraab928 posted 05-31-2008 07:28 AM ET (US)     Profile for sraab928  Send Email to sraab928     
I have decided to hold on to her for now... she is officially off the market. Thanks!

Post New Topic  Post Reply
Hop to:


Contact Us | RETURN to ContinuousWave Top Page

Powered by: Ultimate Bulletin Board, Freeware Version 2000
Purchase our Licensed Version- which adds many more features!
© Infopop Corporation (formerly Madrona Park, Inc.), 1998 - 2000.