SOLD/EXPIRED All welded Alumacraft w/ 25 4X Yamaha

Discussion in 'Sold/Expired Classifieds' started by snark, Sep 27, 2009.

  1. snark

    snark Well-Known Member

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    Well rigged, well kept aluminum skiff.
    2003 Alumacraft MV 1542 NCS
    2003 Yamaha 4 stroke F25MSHB
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    Very clean. Kept in garage EVERY night of it's life. All welded jon with lots of custom touches for the saltwater purist.
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    Floor is fiberglass over Divinycell core supported by aluminum caps that ride over the boat ribs. Lightweight. No rot. No flex.
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    16' Moonlighter pushpole w/ nice holders.
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    Built in rod holders w/ bungee.
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    MagicTrail (made by MagicTilt) trailer w/ removable tongue. Fits in less than 17' garage.
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    Center mount Igloo ice chest w/ cushion.
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    Front mounted 6 gal. tank & trolling motor battery. Even weight distribution. Poles like a dream. Don't hate me for the 5 gallon bucket & Keep Alive air system - we all get weak.
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    54# Great White bow-mounted troller.
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    25 HP 4 stroke Yamaha has stainless prop & tiller extension. Serviced by Family Boating Center in Tampa. Low hours. No tilt. Rope start.
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    Why sell? I'm off to get my midlife crisis skiff. A new 25 4X Yamaha will run you around $3,800. I'll let this complete rig go for $4,000. You can't go wrong.
     
  2. JRyanL

    JRyanL I Love microskiff.com!

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    Intersted in parting out?
     

  3. snark

    snark Well-Known Member

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    Not interested in parting out. I need to move the whole rig.
     
  4. mark_gardner

    mark_gardner I Love microskiff.com!

    i'd like to see pics of the "midlife crisis" skiff :eek: ;D :cool:
     
  5. snark

    snark Well-Known Member

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    Maverick HPX Micro. Just trying to decide between a 2009 w/ carbed 40 Yamaha or a 2010 w/ fuel injection. Anyone have an opinion on either motor?
     
  6. cantcatchsquat

    cantcatchsquat Well-Known Member

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    not trying to derail the thread but what kind of rod holder and tiller extension is that
     
  7. snark

    snark Well-Known Member

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    Tiller extension is a piece of heavy PVC. Not fancy, but it works. Rod racks are aluminum. Had a shop in Clearwater fabricate them for me. I just finished them off with the carpet, bungee and sailboat gaskets (round red balls).
     
  8. snark

    snark Well-Known Member

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    New price $3,250. Great little boat & motor.
     
  9. The_Skiff_Shop

    The_Skiff_Shop Well-Known Member

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    If your not sure your going to run it every week, definitely go with the FI. Do a search here and HMP forums and you'll see why. ;)
     
  10. cantcatchsquat

    cantcatchsquat Well-Known Member

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    where are you located and if somebody would be interested in just motor im interested in boat and trailer
     
  11. snark

    snark Well-Known Member

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    Just sold entire rig on Saturday. I wanted to get checks into the bank before I deleted post.