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b16driven posted 12-10-2008 01:59 AM ET (US)   Profile for b16driven   Send Email to b16driven  
Well, as much as I hate to part with the boat, I'm putting up my 1983 Outrage 18 for sale. Specs:

83 Outrage 18', all rails, no parts missing
Bimini top and console cover (bimini is aftermarket, cover is Mills)
1996 Johnson 115 V4 J115TXA REBUILT COMPLETELY in 2007 by Powerhead Exchange in Tampa using forged pistons and rods. They rebuilt using the existing block (it was/is in excellent shape). New water pump, new thermostats. Starts every time and runs like a top.
-Just replaced fuel fill line and vent hoses
-Trailer won't win any beauty contests but has axle, hubs, springs and tires that are one year old. Bunks in good shape. Brand new tongue.

The hull has a few blemishes. I've been scraping the bottom paint off for a while, and it's mostly gone. The gelcoat under it is in decent shape. There is some waviness on the sides, but it is purely cosmetic. There is a small repair on the front that is gray instead of tan. Teak is in good shape on gunwales and excellent shape on the console.

All drain tubes are in good shape. Lights and electrics work properly except the trim/tilt gauge.

I'm traveling this week, so I'll post pics over the weekend. Email me if interested. epelly gmail com (fill in the @ and . )

b16driven posted 12-12-2008 04:52 PM ET (US)     Profile for b16driven  Send Email to b16driven     
We have pictures!

http://picasaweb.google.com/epelly/1983Outrage18#

I am located in St. Petersburg, FL. Price is $8,000.

b16driven posted 12-12-2008 04:54 PM ET (US)     Profile for b16driven  Send Email to b16driven     
Oh, and forgot to add: The prop was just rebuilt and is PERFECT condition, although some sand took off some paint.

Also comes with that really nice reversible leaning post.

Greg_B posted 12-13-2008 12:28 PM ET (US)     Profile for Greg_B  Send Email to Greg_B     
A little more than I want to spend now since I have to figure in the cost of an aluminum trailer but what would be the factory seating and do you have it?
Thanks
Greg
b16driven posted 12-14-2008 12:50 PM ET (US)     Profile for b16driven  Send Email to b16driven     
The original seating configuration was two pedestal seats. Unfortunately, I sold them a while back. Those things take up an insane amount of storage space. The new leaning post--really useful and comfortable but not OEM.

Email me (above) , we can talk about the price.

b16driven posted 12-15-2008 02:50 PM ET (US)     Profile for b16driven  Send Email to b16driven     
OK, I'm slashing prices. Make me a reasonable offer.

b16driven posted 12-17-2008 05:47 PM ET (US)     Profile for b16driven  Send Email to b16driven     
OK, $5,000 will most likely take it. Really can't go lower than that.

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