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1973 Rinker

Estimated price for orientation: 2 500 $

Category: Runabouts

Condition: Used Year: 1973
Use: Fresh Water Make: Rinker
Engine Type: Single Outboard Type: Bowrider
Engine Make: Evinrude Engine Length (feet): 16
Primary Fuel Type: Gas Hull Material: Fiberglass
Fuel Capacity: 6 - 10 Gallons Trailer: Included
For Sale By: Private Seller

We are selling our Very Rare CUSTOM Rinkerbuilt 16' Tri Hull. It is a 1973, Completely Rebuilt interior, custom upholstered seats with one of a kind design for a Tri Hull. The floor is completely new and completely sealed with marine primer and Yellow Durabak liner. What make this Rinker even more Rare is there is a 6 switch toggle panel completely wired up with ultra bright white LEDs, a brand new transducer, bilge pump, stern light, and port and starboard LEDs. There is also 6 brand new cleats, "in bow" tie down for docking, and custom hull numbers. It is registered thru to 2017. The trailer has new waterproof lights, new wiring, and new hull rope. Ready to tow anywher. Both the Boat & Trailer have clean Indiana titles and are ready to go.  The motor is a 1970 50 horse Evenrude, which had the lower house completely rebuilt last year, new plugs, seals, impeller, and oil. It runs Very strong and Powerful. We are looking to sell because we've had just too much time building and perfecting and not enough time enjoying it. We did have it on Geist Lake this weekend... when the throttle alarm went off... at which point we immediately shut it down.... it only needs a new carb... regardless... it will be a cheap fix.  We have over $2500 invested in it in just over one year... and per the marina's and all the boat repair businesses we've contacted the boat is worth over 5k due to it being a Syracuse, Indiana original built Rinkerbuilt... a brand that sold out to Rinker in the 90s....This is a Great Boat... and will be for its new owner. Just message me with any questions... Buyer is responsible for pick up or their own form of transport.