1991 Checkmate 235, white with yellow and black trim accents. Superior condition in terms of performance, condition and appearance, and has been "dry-stacked and stored indoors," which means the boat has NEVER been "outdoors," or "on the water," unless I was on it. It is owned by an older guy, who has never abused it. The engine is the famous, and economical, MerCruiser 350 Magnum, with through-hull exhaust, and a wonderful Alpha I, Gen II stern drive (both the engine and the sterndrive were re-built nine months ago, at a cost of OVER $7,500). It has "trim tabs," tilt & trim I/O, a color-keyed boat cover (a $1700 value), new electronics (stereo, VHF, etc.—over $750 value), a hydraulic-lift sundeck/engine cover, color-keyed bucket seats, custom smoked glass wrap-around windshield, and a fresh water flush system (which allows fresh-water flushing while still in the water—a $875 value). It's a spectacular, low-hours, one-owner, fuel-efficient boat in every way. In June, OVER $3800 was invested into it, for “preventative reasons,” for NEW “elbows,” NEW “exhaust manifolds,” NEW “water circulator pump,” NEW water hoses, NEW “belts,” NEW “starter,” NEW “tune-up,” NEW “alternator,” etc. You'll enjoy driving, and being seen, aboard this sleek, low-profile boat “driving upon the beautiful waterways. Its insurance value is $32,000, and typical retail value is OVER $20,000, as you can verify. However, because of my age and a need to re-locate, I must sell it, and will do so, for only $11,900, FIRM. This is a "Turn-the-key," gorgeous, “terrific sounding,” drive-away boat, capable of reaching OVER 65 MPH. However, as an old man, I never exceed 25 MPH, so the engine is fresh and like new. Now, even a Checkmate dealer wants it, because of its "limited edition," and "like-new" condition...however, I would rather see a private party get it.
• Post ID: 6077294 newhampshire
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