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Dan posted 12-25-2008 02:09 PM ET (US)   Profile for Dan   Send Email to Dan  
Happy Holidays! I'm selling my Montauk because I just bought a 1990 18 Outrage. I'd really like to keep the Montauk, but there's no way I can use both. Plus my driveway is too crowded.

Here's a link to the photos: php?user_id=631

History: Rockland, MA factory as a 17' Montauk and was originally shipped out to a Barnes-Wright Boats, in West Conshohocken, PA on 11/2/89.

I'm the third owner. The first owner was a doctor. Sold to second owner with about 200 hours on hour meter. Third owner sold it to me with 330 hours. It now has 450 hours. Engine has always been flushed after using. I use Salt-Away too. Boat has always been aggressively maintained. Many of my hours were spent getting in and out of harbor, and flushing after use :) I usually run the boat at 3,200 rpm.

Hull has never been bottom painted.

Cushions are like new. Only backrest cushion has minor wear. RPS cushion, cooler cushion, and rod holder cushions are from Halls. Bow cushion has probably been used 5 times.

Canvas -- New Mills mooring cover, like new Mills seat and console covers. Like new Mills sun top with boot.

Electronics -- Garmin Gps 178C, with New York Blue Chart Data Card, and transducer. JBL 2 Channel Amp, Kenwood Sirius ready Stereo/AM-FM radio/CD player, Sirius with Antenna, VHF Radio, Shakespeare antennae, etc

Wood -- all teak ex, I refinished with Cetol, custom-made mahogany bench stern seat 1.25 inches thick.

Gas tank -- Pate desert tan, 100 percent Ethynol tank.

Stainless rails are all tight and beautiful.

Motor -- 1990 Johnson 90hp. Replaced since 2006: Starter, Ethynol resistant VRO pump, trim tilt motor, stator, plugs, thermostats, waterpump, carbs rebuilt, internal fuel filter, racor fuel filter, new Ethynol resistant fuel lines, new exhaust gasket, battery new in 2006. Motor professionally repainted -- even doel fins were repainted. One of my friends is a boat mechanic and he made everything perfect. Top speed is about 41mph. I have engine manual.

Boat planes at low speed, steering is easy and pull is very minimal, doesn't porpoise.

New OMC stainless prop, and I also have original aluminum prop.

Trailer: 1990 Caulkins galvanized -- I replace winch, strap, coupler, keel rollers, bearings, hubs, spare tire, lights, bearing buddies, bunk carpet, and more. Tires were new in 2006 and in ex shape. It's in excellent condition.

Everything is turnkey, I recently detailed everything and waxed. Motor has been winterized.

I have a folder with receipts, records, etc. I kept original electronics boxes. Everyone who sees the boat at the dock asks if it's new.

I'm keeping my Anchor, fenders, Sirius unit, lines, 2 clamp on rod holders, and paddle.

Price: Serious buyers are welcome to contact me.
Location: Long Island, New York

whalerliny posted 12-25-2008 02:32 PM ET (US)     Profile for whalerliny  Send Email to whalerliny     
Also located on Long Island, would love to see boat this weekend. What are you asking for the package? Where is boat located? Merry Christmas
Dan posted 12-26-2008 11:25 AM ET (US)     Profile for Dan  Send Email to Dan     
The radio is Stand Horizon Phantom Series, it's mounted inside the console, and only the mic with controls mounts to outside of console -- see photo. It's a very clean installation. Steve, isn't coming to view boat, so it's 100 percent available.
jimrhillpa posted 12-28-2008 10:55 AM ET (US)     Profile for jimrhillpa  Send Email to jimrhillpa     
Is this boat still available? How much are you asking?

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