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Old 07-21-2011, 11:55 AM
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Originally Posted by shay4au View Post
I've been looking at a 1994 Maristar 200 that has been totally re-worked. To my surprise, however, I learned that it did not have a radio / cd player or speakers. Looking at pictures of the boat, there's a place on the dash with flip down cover for the stereo head unit to go. My problem is that there are no speakers on the boat! Is this normal? I just can't see spending this kind of money on a Mastercraft that doesn't even have a way to play a radio. I wouldn't mind putting in the stereo, but I was wondering if anyone out there has ever had to add speakers, cut them in, etc.? Is this possible? I wouldn't want to buy a $16,000 MC boat and have to play a battery powered radio out on the water - not cool! Just wanted to make sure I could do this before looking further at the boat. If any of you have experienced this, I'd love to hear your input. Thanks!
In this economy, 16K sounds high for the whole boat, regardless of stereo situation... Just sayin'...
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