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1976 Cobalt 19V Boat, Including Trailer. NO RESERVE.

End Time:8/26/2017 14:45
Sold Price:$3,250
Listing Format:Chinese
Location:Wichita, Kansas (67206)
For Sale By:Private Seller


Year:1976Fuel Type:Gas
Make:CobaltEngine Make:Ford
Model:19VEngine Model:351 Cu Inch, 235 HP
Length:19.0Engine Type:Single Inboard/Outboard
Beam:7.6Fuel Capacity:
Condition:Boat Type:Runabout


NO RESERVE Includes Trailer with 5 new wheels and tires. This boat is a CLASSIC!! There is a reason COBALT is considered the best boat made and that they last forever. You will see why when you look at this 1976, COBALT 19V with a 351 cubic inch, 235 HP, Ford V8 engine with an OMC Stern Drive out drive. The 235 HP was the largest engine available and will run 45 to 50 mph. All of the teak wood was removed and hand finished with teak oil. The carpet was removed and white tinted pickup bed liner material was sprayed on the floor. Upholstery has been updated. There is a removable face AM/FM/CD Marine stereo system with weather channels and 4 Jensen marine speakers. The OMC out drive has a new water pump, exhaust bellows, thermostat and has been recently re-painted and completely serviced. Other Features: * Huge storage area under the bow as well as side wall storage.* Electric automatic window for the bow walkway.* Integrated cooler in the floor.* Swim ladder with two integrated steps.* Perko dual battery switch with two batteries.* Lowrance 3100 depth finder.* Set up for a bimini top but I do not have one.* Full Custom Made Sunbrella canvas cover with stainless steel strap clamps. * Spare stainless steel prop.* Owner's manual and shop manual.* Includes 1985 Haul Rite trailer, 5 new wheels and tires and Ultimate Bunkboards. I have owned this boat for 20 years and purchased it from my uncle, so it has been in the family for over 40 years. I purchased another Cobalt, so I am reluctantly parting with this family treasure. The finish is in exceptional condition for its age. There are a couple of small cuts on the upholstery from a raccoon one winter. The boat has always been stored with the cover and on a lift in a covered slip. The fluids have been changed each season and never been in salt water. There is not an hour meter, but based on the hours we have put on the newer Cobalt, I am estimating around 600 +/- hours on this boat. The trailer (included) is a 1985 Haul Rite set up for a 2" ball connection. It has dual axles with a spare. All 5 wheels and tires are brand new this season and the wheel bearings have Wheel Buddy protector grease ports. The wiring is fairly new and all lights work. The bunk boards were replaced with composite boards from Ultimate Bunk Boards. Specifications and Model Numbers: Boat: 1976 Cobalt 19V Stern Drive, Hull ID #FGE900481075-76Length & Beam: Length is 19', Beam is 91" (7', 7")Engine: 351 Cubic Inch, 235 HP Ford V8, Model #990241MOut Drive: OMC Stern Drive, Vertical Drive Model #981105Trailer: 1985 Haul Rite dual axle, 2" ball connection, VIN# 19BEJ1625FCA5001250 gallon Fuel Tank (You get it with a full tank of gas)4,380 lbs total weight for fully loaded Boat, with 50 gallons of fuel and the Trailer. Pick up / delivery is from Wichita, KS, 67206 and is the responsibility of the BUYER. The SELLER will work with the BUYER to accommodate pick up / delivery as desired. Please contact me with any questions. GOOD LUCK!

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