Our house needs attention and one of the toys is gonna go.
I've got a nice clean all original fresh water 1987 22 Pachanga, factory 454 Mag (330 HP) Motor runs perfect.
Brand new old stock Konrad Omega (Alpha replacement) drive.
Tandem axle galvi trailer included.
New interior, new CD player. Pretty much went through all the mechanicals, New original eqpt Mercruiser manifolds/risers, bellows, gimbal brg, shift cable, full tune-up, cap/rotor, Mobil 1 oil etc. over the winter.
Anyway, you Sea Ray guys, what can I expect this thing to fetch in this market?
Last edited by Biggus; 06-04-2008 at 03:14 PM.
HHMM 21 year old boat, even in great shape is a hard sell. I would guess 10-15K. May have to let it go for less if you really want to move it.
Thanks for the input. I'd be very happy to get 12k for it!
If you advertise it for sale, you may want to differentiate whether your engine is the 454 Mag that was rated at 365 hp and had more top shelf forged parts in it...or the 7.4 liter 454, which was rated at 330 hp with more cast parts.
My younger brother has been looking for a pachanga. Got any pics? More info? He's ready to buy!
That is in good shape. You can see the water beading up.
And the lifeline down the center of the boat is a perfect white.
Has that been painted? I don't remember seeing any with the top of the bow painted.
I would say 15k Easy. Location might be a little problem unless you would like to deliver it to Nebraska for me.
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