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It's Baaaack... The "Cat-Illac" is for sale...

Discussion in 'OGF Marketplace' started by UFM82, Jul 19, 2004.

  1. UFM82

    UFM82 The one others want to be

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    1990 Bayliner 2052 Capri Cuddy Cabin. 20' boat with 220hp V8, Alpha 1 outdrive with a stainless prop. Boat will run in the mid-hi 40's with the prop that is on it now and will run over 50 with a 23 pitch prop. ( I'm keeping that one for the new boat.) The boat has been brought up to speed by me throughout last year and doesn't really need anything. It offers:
    Seating for 6
    Interior is in very good shape, no tears in the seats, carpet is good, floor is 100%, no soft spots anywhere.
    Cuddy will sleep two if you're friendly- mostly good for storing vests, skiis, etc.
    Integrated swim platform
    Swim ladder that stows in the platform- doesn't hang out at all.
    Hull is very good and I added a KeelGuard last year to help protect it.
    Only a few very small nicks on the gelcoat on the hull.
    Alpine stereo, Pioneer amp and two new 6 1/2" 100 watt speakers.
    Full gauges- Speed, Tach, fuel, oil pressure, temp, volts, etc.
    Two anchors with rope.
    Everything works- nothing needs fixed.
    Winterized last year and de-winterized by me this spring- has not been out this year as it spent the last 3 months on consignment at a marina. ( They were asking too much.)
    Trailer is the factory Escort with a new spare, new winch, very good shape and hauls very well. New bearings last year and it has Buddies.
    Outdrive was dropped last year and I replaced the water pump impellor, the gimbal bearing and the lower unit grease.
    Hull was cleaned and rubbed last year but I didn't do the whole hog deal and wax/buff the hull. It needs a detail job, but the gelcoat is smooth.

    There is one issue that should be resolved and it isn't vital. The shift cable boot leaks and needs to be replaced. The bilge pump will handle what water gets in and you only need to run it every couple of hours, but it is annoying and the boot should be replaced. I just didn't want to mess with it. Other than that, I can think of no issues with the boat. Get in it, fire it up and go boating. I have had it on the river numerous times and on Erie once and it handles the bigger water just fine- you won't get wet. (Unless you want to.)

    I am putting this thing in the Trader at $5,500. I'll sell it to a member here for $5K even. It has the Coast Guard stuff it needs and is ready to go. I also have a clear title, which I have found to be a golden item when buying a boat. ( Long story- don't ask.) I live near Cincinnati, but may be willing to deliver somewhere if it isn't too far.



    See it here http://www.ohiogamefishing.com/photopost/showphoto.php?photo=1736

    Here's the inside http://www.ohiogamefishing.com/photopost/showphoto.php?photo=1737&sort=1&cat=500&page=1

    UFM82

    Forgot the e-mail. cre@cinci.rr.com
     
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    UFM82 The one others want to be

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    And have had two calls but no shows yet- NADA on the boat is $6K in average condition. I would say it is at least that, if not better. $5K is a decent price- listed at $5500 to the public.

    Any interested parties? Get in, fire it up and go- no issues.

    UFM82
     

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    This is a GREAT deal UFM !!! I've seen this boat, and it's well worth that price..Sorry to see the Pimpin machine go......... :cool: .DA KING !!!
     
  4. UFM82

    UFM82 The one others want to be

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    Sold!!! Now I can pay for the new boat!!! LOL

    UFM82

    Thanks to those who checked in- I appreciate it.