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1989 Mako 21' Cuddy Cabin Boat ID#MRKK0031J8891
1993 Long Boat Trailer VIN: 1LGDWJX261P05003
with a period 200 horsepower Johnson V6 two-stroke outboard motor with oil injection. 21' Walkaround Cuddy Cabin with a deep V hull design with trim tabs. Nice ride in choppy water is what these boats are known for. Known not to be friendly to shallow water. 21' in length with an 8' berth, the boat has a livewell in the floor and a large dual seat with an insulated fish box on the backside that doubles as a seat. With rod storage available inside, and outrigger mount on gunnels.
Cabin has lights and full set of cushions that turn seating into a queen sized bed. This boat is in good condition throughout considering age and repairs. The cabin is nice and clean with no water damage, just some slight staining to material lining the walls and overhead. Cushions are present throughout the interior cabin, and in good condition. The cabinets are solid but need re-finishing.
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From an Estate in Garner, North Carolina. Boat was purchased recently with plans to refurbish.
Cover included; last year lower unit serviced, and new prop installed; new battery and starter; fuel has been drained and new fuel added; glass and stainless steel shows well, with one section of handrail loose; new tires on trailer.
Motor runs well, and lower unit serviced; rear ladder is cracked but sturdy; lights on trailer inoperative; with a Hummingbird Matrix 12 fish finder, electronics are dated and functionality is not confirmed; some spider cracks and chips in the fiberglass from years of use but nothing that detracts from its ability to be used safely; auxiliary battery removed as it was wired into switch incorrectly, and dead; appears to be fire damage to louvered door of cabin; bilge pump not tested; no other apparent concerns.