SOLD/EXPIRED 2006 Gheenoe Classic w/ 15hp Mercury: $3500

Discussion in 'Sold/Expired Classifieds' started by Berryc516, Apr 5, 2012.

  1. Berryc516

    Berryc516 I Love microskiff.com!

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    Well, unfortunately, I have come to the realization that I am almost never going to get to use my Gheenoe Classic (I have used it once in the past year) so I guess it makes sense to unload it so SOMEONE can enjoy it..

    It is equipped with a 15hp Mercury that the previous owner labeled as a 9.9 so he could take into some restricted locals.  I have not changed back.

    The boat is currently located in Waycross, GA.

    Here are the pics (from last year, I have made upgrades but the boat is a few hundred miles from me now).  I do have pics of some of the in the post--but not all:
    Naming the Noe - Red letters with black outline.  Quite liked the font.
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    Changed Wheels - bigger for longer trips
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    Smith guide-ons with LED lights. 
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    Replaced the back seat that came on the boat with a Tempress Low Back Seat.  This was a huge improvement in comfort.
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    throwable PFD doubling as a seat on the center console.
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    hydrofoil and trim tabs to the 'noe.
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    Trolling motor extension
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    The pics are from a few months ago but still representative.

    I have added the following:
    GPS/fiShfinder: $250
    12" tires/wheels (came with 8"): $300 ($about $100x3)
    Lights trailer guides: $100
    On board battery charger: $150
    Strong arm tiller extension: $130 (not pictured)
    Marine carpeted floorboards:$50
    5 scotty rod mounts: $50 (1 front, two mid and two back)
    Two Scotty rod holders: $40
    Awesome captains seat: $125
    Misc other (oil measure, grease gun, etc):$50
    And other stuff i would have to think of to recall...

    Here are some older pics:
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    I am looking to get about $3500 for it.
     
  2. Berryc516

    Berryc516 I Love microskiff.com!

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    I came across a video (GoPro) that I shot while running a creek back in February while doing a little fishing. This thing handles VERY well...I just wish I could use it enough to justify keeping it...

    HERE IS THE LINK TO THE VIDEO (CLICK ON PICTURE):
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