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Old 09-11-2012, 12:07 PM
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Thumbs up Glad the post's were of some help

It is nearing the end of another Beautifull season, and the 99' Maristar has ran flawlessly with just under 600 hours. I'm wondering how many more hours I can get out of her, with regular tune-up's and good preventative maintenance practices.

It seems that whatever unfortunate circumstance that we have come across in our 5 year MasterCraft voyage, has been thwarted by sound Design and a Terrifically Well Engineered Craft. Our Maristar has really been great to us.

We feel that even when, or If, the motor ever goes out, that we would replace it with a New one and keep missy floating and in the family for the duration. With Sleek Old-School Lines and Timeless Style, we feel that MasterCraft hit another Home Run, with this Sport Luxury Classic.

Good luck on your resoration's and rebuilds. I'm sure all of your boat's will turn out great!

Sam in Cal
1999 MasterCraft Maristar, V210, 330 Hp LTR
Mods: Upgraded Stereo, Amp, 6 Disk Changer, Zero-Flex Tower, Custom Fit Bimini Top, and of course...Teak Oil!
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