| Condition: || Used || Year: || 1977 |
| Make: || Sea Ray |
This boat needs some TLC. I bought it to fix up and don’t
have the time or space for it anymore. This could be a great boat for cruising
or fishing. The cabin sleeps two and has a separate enclosed head. There is a
small galley w/counter, sink, stove and fridge. The two teak cabinets need to
be re-installed when the liner is done.
Comes with a decent trailer. I hauled the boat several
hundred miles with no issues. I put on 4 Marathon
radial tires a few years ago and they only have about 50 miles on them. It also
has a new winch cable and jackstand.
It ran well when I bought it. I brought it in to a mechanic
for a new gimbal bearing and it wouldn’t start after that. Turned over just
fine but no spark. He must have broke off a wire when he worked on it. It is a
Mercruiser 260. The previous owner used it on the Hudson
River and I don’t know if it was ever in salt water. I put on two
new exhaust manifolds a few years back that were never used. The outdrive works
fine and tilts. I also replaced the impeller. It has Bennett trim tabs.
I replaced about half of the cockpit deck with new plywood
& fiberglass. All is painted white. The helm seat and lounge seat both need
to be re-installed. The engine cover needs a bit of work.
I took out all of the original carpet that lined the cabin.
I started but did not finish installing foam backed vinyl liner. I didn’t do a
very neat job but it could be saved. I also redid all of the upholstery.
The transom has some bad core that should be replaced. The
gelcoat has some minor nicks and scratches but it buffs up nice.