'92 MasterCraft ProStar 190 - Only 325 Hours
1992 MasterCraft ProStar 190. Great condition with very low hours. Used by our family since 1995 w/ 75 hours. Very well cared for and maintained. Located in Hudson Wisconsin, near Minneapolis/Saint Paul (Twin Cities) area. Asking $11,500.
- Very clean w/ only 325 engine hours.
- Always stored on trailer w/cover or under boat lift canopy during season. Indoor storage during winter.
- Indmar 351 engine, Single feed Carb
- Interior and exterior are in great shape
- Mechanically sound, professionally winterized every year.
- Great color scheme, that still looks great today
- includes amplifier and speakers installed in boat
- 1:1 transmition
Serious inquires only. Contact meyers_josh at yahoo dot com. See more high-def pics at link below:
Background on the 91-94 model years from Mastercraft.com:
The Pro Star 190 was redesigned again in 1991 as the fifth generation tournament boat. Many have come to regard the 1991-1994 hull as one of the best slalom hulls MasterCraft ever created. This hull also featured very elegant sweeping lines.
The 1991-1994 MasterCraft ProStar 190 was 19'5" long, 85" wide, weighted about 2,450 lbs (five inches longer, five inches wider and 250 lbs heavier than the fourth generation hull).
The standard drive train on this hull may have been a 240 hp engine coupled with a standard 1:1 transmission. The 1.5:1 transmission appears to have been offered as an option. In 1992 and 1993 several other engine options were offered including:
• (351 cubic inch) Ford V-8 310 hp (fuel-injected) engine
• (351 cubic inch) Ford V-8 285 hp engine
• (350 cubic inch) Chevrolet V-8 260 hp engine
• (454 cubic inch) Chevrolet (high-performance) engine
Changes introduced with the new hull in 1991 were aimed at adding more space in the cockpit and improving on the already excellent skiing wakes of the 1987-1990 ProStar 190.
To achieve this the 1991 hull design used:
• a modified semi-vee with 25 degrees entry that gradually decreased to a flat bottom at the transom
• soft, stepped reverse chines
• a pair of lifting strakes (used forward of the tracking fins)
• closed-relief cavity or "dish" (directly above the prop) is used to reduce prop turbulence (or "wash")
Last edited by myze; 03-27-2012 at 03:38 PM. Reason: changing price