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2015 HPX-V 17

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Second owner, well maintained, garage kept, ethanol free fuel, Ring Free and flushed after each use boat with 70 Yami 4 stroke. Power Tech 15 pitch prop. Maintenance records from new. 2017 Amera Trail aluminum “dry launch” trailer. Hubs have never been under water. Among the cleanest package you will find.  Overall length of boat, motor and trailer is 19’5”. Ready for a bigger boat. Located in Gulf Shores, AL. $37,900. Contact Tom at:  2 five one - two 2 three - 6 4 three seven...leave msg.

Boat upgrades from stock include:

    Castle Tan & Wheat custom colors

    Matching two tone cushions

    Powder coat package

    Sissy bar plugins incorporated with poling tower

    Hull matched removable cooler

    Garmin ECHOmap 70S w/ Transducer

    Edson wheel

    Bubbler aeration system

    Custom battery tray

    Lee’s rod holders

    SS sliding drain plug (Pathfinder type)

    Hydraulic steering

    Command Link gauges with mechanical control

 

Trailer upgrades from standard include:

    Zero tolerance swing tongue

    Goodyear “Marathon” radial tires

    Side mount aluminum walk board

    Negative 10 degree torsion axle.

    18” polymer rollers

    Aluminum Star wheels

    Fulton winch

    Led lights

    Boat Buckles

 

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How the hec does a boat with 614 hours look like it came off the show room? You sir have amazing skills. If I lived in Alabama and was looking for a used HPX no doubt I would snatch this up. For goodness sakes I don't even see any mildew!

 

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Coto…I’ll deliver it!:D The original owner, who specified the build at Maverick, is a pretty successful guide located in the Florida Space Coast region; hence the hour count. According to the maintenance records, pre- purchase inspection and history since I've owned it, he did a great job on all the mechanical details. Cosmetically…well it was a tool of his trade but nothing some work and TLC wouldn’t fix. Don’t get me wrong, he hosed the boat off and flushed the motor after each use but there was detail work to be done. I’m the type who likes things mechanically sound and functional as well as cleaned and polished. Is it perfect cosmetically? No. Is it pretty darn good? I think so. Thanks for the comment!

 

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