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onewheat 04-02-2013 07:14 PM

2007 Mastercraft X-15
 
8 Attachment(s)
2007 X-15 in Navy Blue
Mastercraft tandem axle trailer with matching spare
350 ci/350 hp MCX engine
approx. 510 hours (if memory serves me correctly)
Fiberglass swim platform
Tower with swivel racks
Clarion stereo (CD, aux input, Sirius ready)
Clarion iPod adapter for direct connection
2 JL Audio marine amps M4500 (4x80w RMS) for tower and M6600 (6x75w RMS) for cockpit and sub
4 tower speakers (2 with forward facing lights)
Dual batteries with disconnect switch
Cockpit heater
Bow-filler cushion
Matching Bimini top
Tower mounted observation mirror
Mastercraft Cruise
Factory ballast
Factory fitted towable cover

Listed on Boat Trader for $49,900 OBO

Boat is currently just north of Knoxville - 37766 zip

JohnE 04-02-2013 07:20 PM

Beautiful boat. One of the best if not the best all around MC ever.

Fast50dad 04-02-2013 07:23 PM

Great looking X15! GLWS.

onewheat 04-10-2013 03:18 AM

Bump.....

willyt 04-10-2013 08:53 AM

One less boat on Norris? Getting into something else?

tdjaster 04-10-2013 10:18 PM

One of my best friends is a boat broker and has a ton of listings on Norris. He just told me that he had a client today looking for an '04-04 V-Drive but he didn't currently have any inventory. His name is Travis and he owns Your New Boat. Check them out at: http://yournewboat.com/

scott023 04-11-2013 10:22 AM

Beautiful boat. GLWS

onewheat 04-22-2013 02:16 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by willyt (Post 923747)
One less boat on Norris? Getting into something else?

Not one less - just a different one. Going with an X-25. Should be starting on it this week with a estimated completion date of 4/29. I'm waiting to hear specifics so I can go do my "Factory Tour".

SpencerMo 06-13-2013 02:10 PM

x15
 
OneWheat,

What do you think that you would spend in gas on a weekend in the boat? I really want one of these and have one for sale locally around me, but dont know the operating cost of the thing. I am guessing that it like to drink the gas?

Thanks

scott023 06-13-2013 03:03 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by SpencerMo (Post 946280)
OneWheat,

What do you think that you would spend in gas on a weekend in the boat? I really want one of these and have one for sale locally around me, but dont know the operating cost of the thing. I am guessing that it like to drink the gas?

Thanks

Don't buy a wake boat based on fuel consumption... none of them are fuel friendly. There are a lot of factors that determine GPH, so it really depends on who's operating the boat, what activites you're doing, and how much ballast you're running...


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