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SCARAB 30' FEET RACING BOAT 1983 HAND LAID DEEP V W/ CABIN PROJECT BOAT

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SCARAB 30' FEET RACING BOAT 1983 HAND LAID DEEP V W/ CABIN PROJECT BOAT


End Time:11/29/2014 09:21
Sold Price:$1,125
Listing Format:Chinese
Bids5
Location:Homestead, Florida (33030)
Seller:castigo2014
For Sale By:Private Seller

Specification


Year:1983Fuel Type:GAS 125 GALLONS
Make:WELCRAFT SCARABEngine Make:MERCRUISE
Model:RACING CABINEngine Model:
Length:30.5Engine Type:350 MERCRUISER
Beam:8.5Fuel Capacity:
Condition:Boat Type:

Description


HERE FOR ACTION IS 1983 WELCRAFT SCARAB 30 FEET COLOR YELLOW THIS IS A PROJECT BOAT I PURCHASED THE BOAT 2011 TO MAKE IT MY DREAM BOAT BUT MY WIFE HAD OUR FIRST SON AND COULDN'T DO ANY THING I PURCHASE THE BOAT ALONE NO TRAILER NO ENGINES SO I PURCHASE 2 BOLD MAIN MERCRUISER 350 ENGINES THAT NEED TO BE REBUILD TO MAKE THEM 2 POWERHOUSE 450 HORSEPOWER EACH THAT ARE INCLUDED ON THIS ACTION THE BOAT HAVE ALL THE GASHES AND COMPASS THE REAR OPENINGS WERE CLOSED ONLY ON THE OUT SIDE NOT ON THE INSIDE SO THEY CAN BE EASILY REOPEN AGAIN I HAVE THE PAINT NUMBER THAT THE BOAT WAS PAINTED IT HAVE SOME PAINT ON THE ARCH THAT HAVE BUBBLED AND IT HAVE CRACKS ON THE PAINT ON THE BASE OF THE ARCH THE BOAT HAVE NO SEEMS ON THE ROB REALS IT LOOKS LIKE ONE COMPLETED PIECE THE ENGINE HATCH IS MISSING THE WINDSHIELD IS ALSO MISSING AND CABIN DOOR IS ALSO MISSING THE BOAT STILL REJECTED IN LINDEN NEW JERSEY I HAVE NEVER DON THE TRANSFER TO MY NAME THE BOAT DON'T HAVE TRAILER IS A GOOD PROJECT BOAT FOR SOME BODY THAT LIKES TO HAVE A NICE BOAT AND KNOWS HOW TO DO THIS JOBS THE BOAT IS HAND LAID THEY DON'T MAKE IT ANY MORE LIKE THIS THE HULL IS ROCK HARD THE STRINGERS ARE IN PERFECT CONDITION PLEASE DON'T BID IF YOU DON'T KNOW HOW TO DO THIS THINGS THIS ACTION IS FOR THE BOAT AND THE TWO ENGINES ONLY THAT NEED TO BE REBUILD.


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