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Old 11-24-2012, 12:59 PM
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Originally Posted by Aric'sX15 View Post
I think my ideal boat is an older x-star, with the screen for the perfectpass screen in the pods (i think 07?) and quite frankly its had some kinks that had to be straightened out from new. luckily for the next owner, ive gotten them all straighten out. ive been super frustrated with this boat since new, and the last tweak sent me over the edge. so the new owner will be getting a nice boat with a LOT of new parts in it. Ill probably end up taking it off the market and making mastercraft make things right. i cant believe I spent more than 90 grand on something that has spent 6 months in the shop, and a few trips to the gelcoat shop and might be on its second trip to the factory. my dealer has been absolutely amazing taking care of me, no matter how many times the boat comes back to them. the boat is perfect now, but im done with it. mastercraft corporate will be hearing from me very soon.
I hope you get taken care of by MC, marine pleasure craft products are tough and there's so many manufacturers. Differentiating is difficult and the variance in cost in craft is astounding. .i.e. Tahoe to X-star...

Not making excuses, it's too bad you had so many issues and have the privilege of paying $30K for it. Unfortunately, this ads fuel to the fire of the quote of the - "2 best days of boat ownership are..."

Good luck on the sale...one negative...you'll have to get your truck painted to match what you buy...
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