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Rhody

2004 Maverick 18 Master Angler

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Looking to Sell A Great Boat-Health Conditions are forcing me to a Bay Boat-Can't get up on a flat deck or platforms any more.  Looking for a Pathfinder 22.

Located in Mountains of Western NC. 

$25,000.00

·     2004 18.5’ Maverick Master Angler-Excellent Condition

·      2004 Yamaha 150 Four Stroke-1004 hours. Recently serviced-Nov. 2017 at Yamaha Dealership. New thermostat, impeller,                 water pump, spark plugs, separator, all filters and fluids.

·      Powertech  4 Blade Prop, Spare Powertech 3 Blade Prop

·      Lenco Trim Tabs-Recessed

·      Bob's Jack Plate with Blinker Style Control-Upgraded to larger solenoid switches March 2017

·      Sea Star Steering

·      2017 Simrad GO-9 with Totalscan Transducer

·      Marine UHF/VHF Radio

·      Speakers for Stereo Installed-No Head Unit

·      Motorguide Trolling Motor-XI-5 w/ Pinpoint and Remote-Optima Blue Tops in Bow w/ MinnKota Charger, for Trolling Motor-               1 new in 2016, 1 new in 2017

·      PowerPole Pro II w/ remote and console control, 8’

·      2 Separate Batteries and Charger for House System

·      Front Casting Deck

·      Push Pole

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50 minutes ago, conocean said:

Pretty rig. It wouldn't be on the market for more than a few days if it were located in south Florida. GLWS!! 

X2 on that. This is a nice one. GLWS

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Yes, this is most likely the same boat, I purchased it from someone on this forum.

I did not rack up that many hours. Was sold to me as having 384 hours. Took it to the dealership for fall service in Nov. and when they ran the diagnostics it showed that number of hours, so that it is what I am selling it as having. Gauges don't show that many hours, but.......I probably have put 50ish hours on it since I purchased, mostly in fresh water.

Boat is in such good shape and is that clean that I thought hours were correct when I purchased, but being in real estate, always disclose, disclose, disclose. I have replaced everything on the trailer, added the Simrad GO-9, upgraded the solenoids on the JackPlate and added a new trolling motor remote.

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