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Boat/Motor/Trailer - $4,700 (Erath)

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507 E. Paul Street

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boat type: powerboat
propulsion type: power
condition: good
engine hours (total):
length overall (LOA): 15
make / manufacturer: Mariner
model name / number: Wahoo
year manufactured: 1987
Ready to take out and go on the water. I worked on this boat for nearly 6 months and replaced everything (with new) that needed replacement...including
1) Rebuilt carburators ($600)
2) Put Stainless Steel Nuts/Bolts on Trailer
3(New Running Board with New Carpet (with Stainless Steel Staples)
4)New Winch
5) New Trailer/Car Chain Hook-Ups
6) New Boat Trailer Jack
7) New Battery
8) New + and - Motor/Battery Cables
9) Put new Electrical Wiring for the Lights
10) New submersible Running Lights
11) Front and Real Night Time Lights
12) New Leaf Springs for the Trailer
13) New Tires with New Spare
14) New Cover which covers the boat and motor
15) New Gauges...Battery Gauge, Temperature Gauge, RPM Gauge and it already had a Speedometer Gauge (with all new electrical wiring going from motor to dashboard display.)
16) New Helm and Steering Cable
17) New Brackets for the Running Boards
18) New Bow and Stern Rollers
19) New 100' rope and New 25' rope
20) New Anchor
21) New USCG Approved Adult Life Preserver
22) New Fire Extinguisher
23) New Horn Kit
24) New Transom to Trailer Tie-Down Straps
25) New Windshield for the Right Console
26) Stainless Steel Steering Wheel
27) Bimini Top (matches color of seats)...Bimini Top not shown in picture.
28) New Ignition Switch with 2 New Keys.
And for the outboard motor (1985 50hp Mariner/2 cycle/4 cylinder)

1) Like I previously said...cleaned and new gaskets for the carburetor
2) New Fuel Lines with new clamps
3) New Fuel Line Filer Holder with 2 new Filters
4) New Stator, New Triger, New Rectifier and also have (although never put in) a New Switch Box
5) New Lower Unit Oil
6) New Impellor Kit
7) Re-Painted the Cowling
8) New Fuel Tank
9) Paddle
10) New Heavy-Duty Transom Savor
11) Did not have to change out the Bilge Pump...it works fine.
12) Did not have to change out the Bimini Top...it looks good.

But you must come by to appreciate this little jem. It's a 1987 14.5 Foot Wahoo Boat...mimics the Boston Whaler. I get about 32 MPH at 5200 RPM with just myself and a 6-gallon tank of gas.
The compression, when checked out the Certified Mercury Mechanic who worked on the carburetors, said the compression was, from top to bottom...

1) 120 PSI
2) 120 PSI
3) 120 PSI
4) 105 PSI

I have the title and registration on boat and trailer. This boat would be an asset to the one who really loves being on the water. I bought this boat/motor/trailer on Craigslist in July of 2023 for $4000 as is. It was a hasty decision and so as the story goes...for nearly 6 months, I made sure to fix everything...having no need to sell it. But since I am thru with it, I don't have the need for it...it was...looking back...just a fun project in learning things about boats, motors and trailers. I thank U-Tube for being there to guide me thru, making this a great boat for someone who really needs a reliable craft being on the water!

Thank You for your time.

Sincerely,

Patrick Cambre


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