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FS 1992 Montauk with 2007 Trailer
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posted 08-23-2009 12:57 PM ET (US)
The Family wants a bigger boat, so my 1992 Montauk is up for sale, bought it from a South Carolina CW member in Feb 2007.
Hull is in excellent condition overall- never bottom painted. All stainless is in very good condition. OEM Bimini top in very good condition. Engine has good compression and runs strong- 44+mph on GPS, SST prop, VRO disabled- 50:1 mix. Trailer purchased 1/2007, in perfect condition, no rust at all with removable tongue, 2” ball, tires excellent, bearing buddies.
Some boat features:
Things added/replaced summer 2007 (have receipts for all items listed):
Things replaced summer 2009:
Overall boat needs no work and is turn-key ready for daily use, all trailer lights work and trailer is as near perfect as could be- ready for out of state trip. I made the PVC cover framework for support and it’s held up to two north east winters so far- for winter I lay a standard $20 Home Depot blue tarp over the Cabela’s cover for additional protection. GPS antenna not included, but I will leave the Garmin transducer in place in case new buyer has a Garmin GPS/fishfinder. Price $9000
posted 08-26-2009 12:21 PM ET (US)
Forgot to mention my location- zip code 11784
There is wiggle room on price too ;-)
posted 08-26-2009 04:44 PM ET (US)
Sorry to editorialize, but that is one beautiful boat. WOW! I'd be proud to own it, if only I didn't have 2 boats already.
posted 08-26-2009 10:32 PM ET (US)
I wasn't even thinking of selling till the wife whispered those magical words in my ear a few weeks back... "I think we need a bigger boat".
What mortal man could resist that offer I ask you?
Funny isn't it... went from a 17' Sea Ox to a 22' Robalo to a 21' SeaSwirl(and 13' Whaler at the same time) to the current 17' Whaler (and a jetski) now looking for a 19' to 20'. Ug......
posted 08-27-2009 09:06 AM ET (US)
Agree is a great looking boat. Can you tell me if that captain's bench is OEM (I don't think it is), and if it's not, can you tell me where I might source something like that? I don't need the livewell feature of the aftermarket items I've seen at Todd Console, and I would love to be able to locate a larger, single fuel tank like you've done to clean up the stern.
Many thanks in advance and best of luck,
posted 08-27-2009 09:30 AM ET (US)
As far as I know, the seat is OEM- but maybe it was refurbished by the previous owner? I just don't have any info on that, sorry.
The fuel tank is an off the shelf Moeller 26 gallon above deck tank I installed in 2007. Nice thing is I didn't need to raise the RPS to fit the tank under it and it's far enough aft that it's easy to fill from the pump or from 6 gal jugs. You can also easily see the fuel level in it from almost any position. I see boat bandit has it available for $179 currently: http://www.boatbandit.com/moeller-26-gal-above-deck-fuel-tank-7998.aspx
posted 08-29-2009 11:25 AM ET (US)
Price lowered to $8500
posted 09-08-2009 12:48 AM ET (US)
That's a sweet looking boat. Do you still have it.
I'm in Portland OR and would need to find a way to get it towed out here.
Anyone with a reputable company to recommend would be appreciated.
posted 10-05-2009 01:21 PM ET (US)
Boat was sold/paid for mid Sept, picked up by new owner this weekend. Sold to a nice local gentleman.
Thanks to those who inquired.
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