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1984 Bayliner 3870

Estimated price for orientation: 11 100 $

Category: Cruisers

Year: 1984 Use: Fresh Water, Salt Water
Make: Bayliner Engine Type: twin inboard
Model: 3870 Engine Make: Chrysler Engine
Type: Bay Engine Model: Chrysler-Mitsubishi, CM665T
Length (feet): 38 Primary Fuel Type: Diesel
Beam (feet): 13.5 Fuel Capacity: Over 200 Gallons
Hull Material: Fiberglass Hull ID Number: blza29el1183
Trailer: Not Included For Sale By: Private Seller

Please see youtube video link for a movie of the boat (WATCH THIS VIDEO BEFORE BIDDING !) (copy and paste to you browser) Bayliners of this model are currently for sale and they range from $35k to $72kBoat has two sleeping berths, two bathrooms, and a shared shower / tub.Engines are twin diesel, Chrysler-Mitsubishi, CM665T1, turbo diesel, providing 200 HP each, water cooled, in line 6 cylinder.
(engine starters were rebuilt in January 2017)Engine hours : estimated at 1500 hrs. (recent oil change)Cruising fast speed: 17 ktsFuel Consumption at cruise fast speed : 20 gph total both engines (estimated)Cruising slow speed: 14 ktsFuel Consumption at cruise slow speed : 12 gph total both engines (estimated)Trolling speed : 7 ktsFuel Consumption at trolling speed: 4 gph total both engines (estimated)Fuel tank capacity: 304 gallonsBoat has a fuel polishing systemWater tank capacity: 80 gallonsWaster water capacity: 40 gallonsBoat weight: 17,500 lbsBeam: 13' - 5"Clearance: 14' - 10"Generator is 8kw, with a new starter.Boat has two air conditioners. Boat has electric windlass, to pull the anchor up.
Boat comes with everything you see in the video (except the Boston whaler), plus lots of supplies and parts that are on-board and being stowed in cabinets. Please call Scott to set up an appointment at 443.762.0624I will arrange for you to meet Tony, who lives on a sailboat, next to the Bayliner.You can park at the public marine boat launch at Watson Island.Tony will pick you up at the dock and take you where the boat is moored, which is just a 3 minute ride in his Boston Whaler. (the Boston Whaler is shown in the YouTube video, being towed behind the boat, and does not come with the sale of the boat)Once on the boat, you can inspect at your leisure, and he will start the engines for you on your request.If you want to take the boat out for a demo ride, we can do that too, however we ask for a $50 deposit beforehand, to cover our expenses. (no free rides). If you buy the boat the $50 will be deducted from the price.I will consider trading this boat for a sailboat in good condition that is between 40 and 50 feet in length.Information contained herein is believed to be correct, but not guaranteed. Please inspect the boat yourself to be satisfied with the condition, and components.
Please see youtube video link for a movie of the boat(copy and paste to you browser)
I, Scott Mead, am the Trustee of the "scott mead solo 401k trust" . The boat is titled in the name of : "scott mead solo 401k trust" , as the trustee, am am selling the boat on behalf of the trust. You will receive a clear Florida title from "scott mead solo 401k trust", signed my scott mead, as trustee. The "scott mead solo 401k trust", is a legal entity, with an EIN issued by the IRS. The trust is part of my self directed retirement account, and holds a bank account with Bank of America. 

On Feb-13-17 at 11:09:12 PST, seller added the following information:A LITTLE HISTORY ON THE BOAT I bought this boat in October of 2016 from my friend Chris, as a favor, because he needed the money. 

My friend Chris acquired the boat on November 13, 2015, and was living on it up until he sold it to me.Chris, had traded a condo that he had inherited from his parent for the boat on November 13, 2015
In the trade agreement, and the HUD 1, for the sale of the condo, (of which I have seen both)  the Condo was valued at $45,900, and the boat valued at $45,000After I bought the boat, I tracked down the the prior owner (the one that ended up with the condo). In a lengthy conversation, he told me that he had owned the boat for 15 years, prior to trading the boat for the condo, with Chris, and that he took very good care of it. He also, told me, that he had over $75,000.00 invested in the boat. The boat is obliviously worth a lot more that I am asking for on Ebay.
On Feb-14-17 at 14:10:42 PST, seller added the following information:Bidders / potential bidders keep asking me for photos of the engines. I do have some photos, however Ebay will not let me edit my photos once the auction began.When I try to reply to the questions, there is an area for me to attach  photos, however, the mail does not go through (some issue on Ebays end)If you email me directly at:     scott_mead AT yah oo   dot com , with your normal email address, I will send you the engine photos.  In fact, if you have any questions at all, please email me directly via your email, not using the Ebay function. That way I can be sure you will get my reply.Also, feel free to call me at 443-762-0624  (a quick phone call is usually more useful than going back and fourth with emails)Scott