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glassguy posted 07-18-2008 06:06 PM ET (US)   Profile for glassguy   Send Email to glassguy  
1989 Whaler Outrage, 1994 200hp. Johnson Ocean Runner,
2006 Continental Aluminum trailer, tenden axels, Aluminum disc brakes. New though hull brass drains, new rub rail, hard coat anodized all aluminum parts, and refinshed the teak. All new control cables. Hydraulic steering. Had good intentions buying the boat, plans changed. Can email pictures to anyone interested. Boat is in Seattle, WA $ 20,000.00 OBO.

glassguy posted 07-24-2008 08:00 PM ET (US)     Profile for glassguy  Send Email to glassguy     
Thank you, thank you. Your link works. You folks are great.


jimh posted 07-24-2008 08:07 PM ET (US)     Profile for jimh  Send Email to jimh     
Thanks to all who helped this gentleman.
gamble posted 07-25-2008 12:16 AM ET (US)     Profile for gamble  Send Email to gamble     
Can you add a little information about the bracket and transom work on the boat?
glassguy posted 07-28-2008 11:18 AM ET (US)     Profile for glassguy  Send Email to glassguy     
The transome extention was made by Saltshaker marine. I think it's original. The motor sets back from the transome about 32". Center portion is a fiberglass chamber, filled with foam and through bolted with 1/2" stainless steel rods. The platform is 30"x 70" with aluminum tube supports at outter edge. The platform is very strong and is a great way of stepping on to the boat from shore or as a swim platform. I like to swim and snorkel so this feature worked good for me. I can take pictures if your interested.
Tom W Clark posted 07-28-2008 12:56 PM ET (US)     Profile for Tom W Clark  Send Email to Tom W Clark     

I know this boat, in fact I helped Greg replace the bow drain tube a couple years ago.

Greg bought this boat in Florida along with a brand new Continental aluminum trailer. He has put a great deal of time and money into sprucing it up.

As Greg says, the bracket is by Saltshaker Marine (the maker of theh Whaler Drives on the Walkaround models in the 1990s) and appears to have been professionally installed many years ago. It is a nice bracket as it fills the transom notch and gives a lidded storage compartment over the splashwell.

The only things this boat needs (in my opinion) is an OE console grab rail and a classic RPS. As it is now, it is an uncomfortable boat to be in without a solid hand hold standing at the console going 45 MPH, which this boat will do with its 200 HP Johnson and a 14" x 19" Mercury Offshore four blade propeller.

TransAm posted 07-28-2008 12:59 PM ET (US)     Profile for TransAm    
I'd be interested in seeing more pics of the transom area, close ups, etc., and any other detail pics of the boat.


glassguy posted 08-05-2008 11:19 AM ET (US)     Profile for glassguy  Send Email to glassguy     
I could email you directly more photo's of the tramsome and other parts as well. My last (& first time) go around with photobucket was shakey at best. Tom Clark said the console needed a grab rail. I've always thought a T-top would be better. There is a dealer near me for Atlantic T-tops and I could install that if someone was buying the boat. I'll check out photobucket and see if I can add more photo's.
DeeVee posted 08-05-2008 09:58 PM ET (US)     Profile for DeeVee  Send Email to DeeVee     

I would like to see some detail pictures of the transom infill as well if you can spare the time to post some.


glassguy posted 08-08-2008 06:11 PM ET (US)     Profile for glassguy  Send Email to glassguy     
I am very technology challenged. email me at and I will send you photo's. If you could post them I would appreciate it.

Greg Carman

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