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Old 08-22-2008, 09:34 AM
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21' Apache Scout 98 Mariner Mag 300hp and trailer 727.235.3410

hydraulic 10" jackplate
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gaffrig gauges
nice interior
dino steering wheel
nice stereo
newer continental dual axle trailer
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I want to sell without power. I can get almost any used outboard cheap, installed with a warranty

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Old 08-26-2008, 03:03 PM
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In your post you say has soft spots in the floor. anymore info on this topic of soft spots?
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Yeah the area was soft when I got the boat 3 years ago. It is underneath the deck.

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Reduced to $7500 without power or trade for Talon/Skater

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Old 09-30-2008, 12:53 PM
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In your post you say has soft spots in the floor. anymore info on this topic of soft spots?
Nice boat.

If theres a soft spot in the floor then the wood is probobly rotted out in that spot, which is pretty easy to get to. I've seen this on a 87 sea ray and even a 99 28 pantera. The pantera was stored outside, which allowed a lot of water to sit on the floor and the sea ray was used for water sports, which is probobly the case here. I think it was maybe $500-1000 to put in new wood on the 21ft sea ray, probobly twice that to glass it in. IMO a small repair for such a pretty boat.
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Thanks The previous owner didn't keep up with it too much. I have made it such a nice boat. It's really clean. I just don't use it anymore. It is a easy fix and doesn't need to be replaced anytime soon. You never touch it unless you're crawling underneath the deck.
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Is this thing still for sale? Do you have any pictures of under the deck or with the bench seat in the back?

Looks like a fun boat, just not sure how well it will take a lake Michigan pounding being so low to the water...
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I have a 21 and ran michigan this year out of milwaukee, WI. Yes you have to pick and choose your days but you would be surprised how well it handles.
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It is still for sale. Here are a bunch of new pics I'd rather sell without power at this point, I want to put my motor on a talon or skater









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