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Craig 11-21-2013 06:46 PM

1994 Mastercraft Prostar 190 LT1 Powerslot Refurbished Trailer
 
Price: SOLD

Contact: Craig – craig (dot) r (dot) bradshaw (at) gmail (dot) com

Location: Cumming, GA 30040

A turn-key skiers dream for a fraction of the cost of a new boat! The LT1 Corvette engine and Powerslot transmission combined with the coveted hull of the 91-94’ Mastercrafts provides a skiing experience that is as good as any new boat. Perfect Pass Star Gazer included with the latest version (no magnet timing). The trailer was professionally refurbished by Boat Mate trailers in 2009!

We do not use her enough and don’t want to waste such a good boat sitting in the garage. So, we are looking for someone who will care for her just like we have.

This boat was purchased a little beat up in 2009 and I have attempted to put her to bed each winter in a bit better shape than at the beginning of the season. I have complete documentation for all the work I have done that I am happy to share with the new seller. A lot of the work is also documented here:

http://www.mastercraft.com/teamtalk/...ad.php?t=29296

Exterior: 9/10. Original decals removed, gelcoat wet-sanded, buffed and new decals from Bay Area Watersports installed in 2009. Some deeper gouges still remain from the previous owner. Teak refinished in 2009 and lightly sanded and oiled at the beginning of each year.

Interior: 8/10. Perfect pass Stargazer version 2013 (no magnet timing). Added shaft access cover for access to shaft seal. Replaced engine box insulation. All vinyl cleaned and treated with 303 multiple times per year. Seam in drivers seat beginning to separate. Vinyl on motorbox showing age. Carpet in great condition. Dash in perfect condition.

Drivetrain: 10/10. LT1 engine with ~1212 hrs; performed flawlessly since purchase. Powerslot transmission also flawless with no slipping or signs of any problems. Engine oil changed every 50 hrs and when winterized. Transmission fluid changed every season.

Trailer: 10/10. Professionally refurbished in 2009! Added swing-away tongue, disk brakes, oil-bath hubs, LED lights (including reverse lights), and freshly powder coated frame. You will not find a better trailer on this vintage of boat!

Not pictured extras: Slalom rope and handle, original Mastercraft speedo gage (where PP is now installed), seat cushion floatation device, fire extinguisher, spare impeller, and fresh bottle of teak oil.

Picasa Album w/ additional pictures:

https://picasaweb.google.com/1123886...eat=directlink

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https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-v...0/IMG_2806.JPG

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Double D 11-21-2013 08:57 PM

Sweet Ride!! Good Luck with the sale!

Jerseydave 11-24-2013 08:56 AM

I have to say this is one of the best slalom machines MC ever built, I should know because I bought it new in '94! (yes it was mine) :D
Should I buy it back?
Just kidding, but seriously this boat will make someone very happy. Pretty tough to find a '94 LT-1 powerslot in this condition with perfectpass too!

Good luck with the sale Craig!

Craig 11-25-2013 09:54 AM

Thanks, guys! I will almost certainly shed a tear when she pulls away but I can't let her just sit in the garage.

I agree, a tough find and a fantastic ski boat. Dave, feel free to add another MC to your collection :)

Rockman 11-25-2013 01:31 PM

Craig, nice boat and nice colors! I think I may seen one just like it recently! :D


Question for you...what are you using the 2 shut offs for that are on the front of the motor...looks like you put a T in one of the hoses and a shutoff on the top near the thermostat housing...Curious as we have the same motor...

Craig 11-25-2013 03:02 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Rockman (Post 993704)
Craig, nice boat and nice colors! I think I may seen one just like it recently! :D


Question for you...what are you using the 2 shut offs for that are on the front of the motor...looks like you put a T in one of the hoses and a shutoff on the top near the thermostat housing...Curious as we have the same motor...

Thanks, Rockman!

The brass T just below the flame arrestor is the heater shutoff. The plastic T that runs in between the port manifold riser and the t-stat housing came from the PO and has never been connected to anything since I have owned the boat.

Table Rocker 11-25-2013 03:24 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Craig (Post 993722)
Thanks, Rockman!

The brass T just below the flame arrestor is the heater shutoff. The plastic T that runs in between the port manifold riser and the t-stat housing came from the PO and has never been connected to anything since I have owned the boat.

The plastic T could possibly have been a cold water supply for a shower. My boat has a similar T, but it is on the hose between the raw water pump and the mixer thermostat housing.

Craig 12-02-2013 01:54 PM

bump.

PT 1999 ProStar 12-02-2013 08:23 PM

Wow! That is a beautiful boat! Good luck with the sale it should go fast!

Craig 12-09-2013 02:38 PM

bump...


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