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Old 09-10-2014, 09:24 AM
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1985 stars and stripes

I've got a 1985 mastercraft with 950ish hrs that I am hesitant to post, but here goes. It has a new mallory electronic distributor, new battery and cables this year. It is basically all original with a powerslot. I would give the interior an 8 out of 10. The gel coat a 7. The speedometers didn't work all that great when I got the boat so they are unhooked. I have a barefoot boom and extended pylon that I may let go with it. The trailer is in exellent shape, although the paint is a little faded. It does have a radio/cd player with two speakers. This is not a show boat, but overall in good shape. It has been stored in a garage with a cover, and has been an awesome boat the 13 years I have owned it and see no reason why it wouldn't serve another 20. I really hate to sell, but I am looking at getting a little bigger ski boat for the family. $5500
The pictures I have are a year or two old, I can take more upon request. I am located in Northeast Alabama. 256-717-4233
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Old 09-10-2014, 10:51 AM
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Forgot to mention, the original safe T top comes with it.
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Old 09-10-2014, 02:29 PM
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Nice looking boat!
I think you are starting a little low at $5,500.
Solid original boat, interior is in good shape, great trailer. Wouldn't take but a few touchups and a good detail to make it just about perfect (until someone's MCOCD kicks in.). The hours are alttle high but not for a 30-year old boat.
If I didn't already have my '82 that I paid $6k for I wouldn't hesitate giving you $7,500 for your rig.
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Old 09-10-2014, 02:33 PM
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I've got a 1985 mastercraft with 950ish hrs that I am hesitant to post, but here goes. It has a new mallory electronic distributor, new battery and cables this year. It is basically all original with a powerslot. I would give the interior an 8 out of 10. The gel coat a 7. The speedometers didn't work all that great when I got the boat so they are unhooked. I have a barefoot boom and extended pylon that I may let go with it. The trailer is in exellent shape, although the paint is a little faded. It does have a radio/cd player with two speakers. This is not a show boat, but overall in good shape. It has been stored in a garage with a cover, and has been an awesome boat the 13 years I have owned it and see no reason why it wouldn't serve another 20. I really hate to sell, but I am looking at getting a little bigger ski boat for the family. $5500
The pictures I have are a year or two old, I can take more upon request. I am located in Northeast Alabama.
A little information on that edelbrock carburetor please...
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Old 09-10-2014, 02:36 PM
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The edelbrock is on there because i got tired of fussing with the holley that was on it... good eye.. it runs like a champ with it. Original carb is availible with the boat if the new owner wants it.
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Old 09-10-2014, 02:44 PM
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The edelbrock is on there because i got tired of fussing with the holley that was on it... good eye.. it runs like a champ with it. Original carb is availible with the boat if the new owner wants it.
A 1409 or 1410 or is it a mayplode?
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Old 09-10-2014, 02:50 PM
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Nice looking boat!
I think you are starting a little low at $5,500.
Solid original boat, interior is in good shape, great trailer. Wouldn't take but a few touchups and a good detail to make it just about perfect (until someone's MCOCD kicks in.). The hours are alttle high but not for a 30-year old boat.
If I didn't already have my '82 that I paid $6k for I wouldn't hesitate giving you $7,500 for your rig.
Thanks for the compliments, yeah i also think i'm a little low, but.... i also have a slight case of mcocd, and have watched the value of these boats for years.. i should be pretty close considering the time of year, and also would like to see a quick sale as i already have my eye on another boat... i really hate to sell, but this is our first summer with two children and if i'm gonna continue enjoying the water i'm gonna have to get an open bow.
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Old 09-10-2014, 03:08 PM
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If you wanna sell the safe-t top, dibs. Lol
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Old 09-10-2014, 03:17 PM
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A 1409 or 1410 or is it a mayplode?
Not sure what model number it is? It's been on there for 7 or eight years. So it's been a good one.
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Old 09-10-2014, 03:19 PM
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If you wanna sell the safe-t top, dibs. Lol
10-4 yeah I forgot about even having that thing until I saw a few posts on here about em. They're actually pretty cool, just kinda in the way.
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