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ehumble 04-08-2013 02:26 PM

Mastercraft X80 for sale
 
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I recently bought a 2011 Mastercraft X80 and need to sell the old one. My old one is a 2004 with a 8.1 ltr H.O.



The the boat is in excellent condition . It is not perfect, but I think you would have a very hard time finding another one of this year in as good of shape or with that few of hours. The boat is stored indoors most of the time and most people who see it think it is a much, much newer boat.

I checked the hours and it has 176.7 hours. The engine has always ran flawless. To my knowledge, the boat has never had any major (or even minor) work done to it. It has been very well taken care of and has always been a "no shoes on board" type of boat.

I am fairly confident that if someone is looking for a deal on an X80, they would love this one if they come look at it. I priced it to try to move it quickly, I really don't want to have two X80's in my garage for too long!


Asking $53,900.00

Some of the options the boat has is:


Main cabin table kit.
Powered boot blaster.
Swim deck adjustable hot water shower.
Rear deck and rear bench filler cushions.
Tower high intensity lights
Porta potty
Complete new stereo system with ipod hook up and swim step remote.
(The stereo is much nicer than the one in the 2011 X80)
New duel deep cell batteries with switch.
All 6 tires on the trailer are new.
(Spare tire included but not shown)
Stainless steel prop


I have a lot more pictures if someone is seriously interested in the boat. My e-mail is erik@mocoeng.com and my number is (509) 994-6907

I am located in Spokane Washington

Double D 04-08-2013 02:47 PM

Sure does look clean and well maintained. Good luck with the sale.

So, how are you able to get away with a duel axle on the new X80 while the old one, and most others I have seen, have three?

gotjag941 04-08-2013 03:42 PM

6000 lb axles I would venture to guess

Manciniat 04-08-2013 03:45 PM

Beautiful V !!!

ehumble 04-08-2013 03:55 PM

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Originally Posted by Double D (Post 923132)
Sure does look clean and well maintained. Good luck with the sale.

So, how are you able to get away with a duel axle on the new X80 while the old one, and most others I have seen, have three?

Most of the ones I've seen are triple axle too, however, there are a few out there with heavier twin axles.
It seemed to tow just fine. (2000 miles)

jafo9 04-08-2013 04:03 PM

looks like she's in great shape. are those the stock graphics?

ehumble 04-08-2013 04:11 PM

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Originally Posted by jafo9 (Post 923171)
looks like she's in great shape. are those the stock graphics?

Yes, everything is original except the stereo and prop. The sides of the boat don't have a mark on them. I am extremely careful of when it is docked to not let it hit anything. When I have it at the lake it is usually on the lift or on mooring whips.

mzimme 04-08-2013 04:26 PM

What a gorgeous boat. I think I like your old one more than the new one! haha. Good luck!

ehumble 04-08-2013 04:36 PM

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Here are a few more pics.

Double D 04-08-2013 04:48 PM

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Originally Posted by ehumble (Post 923178)
Here are a few more pics.


WOW, check out the size difference in that second picture. Never saw an 80 next to a normal ski boat.


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