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She's a 1987 Sea Ray 230 Weekender with a low 590 hours currently (589.9), batteries new a few years ago (2020) pulled her out of the water and had a bunch of work done on her last year (rebuilt the lower unit, new ignition module, new thermostat housing unit and cooling system, new spark plugs and wiring, new trim tabs and trim control wiring, new anodes, rebuilt the carburetor, new bellows and fittings, transmission flushed and serviced). Great little cabin cruiser, I got it with only 420 hours on her, she was sitting in a slip at Grandpappy until the original owner (who worked at Grandpappy) was retiring and needed to sell it in the summer of 2020. She's been on Texoma her entire life and had routine maintenance performed by the pro-shop there at Grandpappy, can provide service records. Has the original Chevy 305 Mercruiser engine. I want to keep her, but the wife says I have to choose one, unfortunately.
Based on the condition it's in (the back bench needs to be fixed by installing new legs and replacing one hinge, have all the parts just never got around to finishing it, was that way when I got it - paint scuff on back port side corner from the bad storm earlier this year in April, they were moving the docks and their crew didn't tie it up properly when they moved slips). We used her as a little cruiser and mostly hung out floating or fishing not far from the marina she's in. Willing to let it go for lower than market ($10k-$14k) since I need to make room for the new mistress!