1984 Mako 17 with a low hour 2005 Suzuki 115 4 stroke

JohnhermesJohnhermes Posts: 26 Greenhorn
I am selling the Mako 17 that the boys and I restored in 2012. The boat includes:

New in crate 2005 Suzuki 115. I bought this motor from a guy on this board who bought it for his project and never finished. I got the motor in the factory crate, and hung and started iit in 2012. Engine has around 55 hours on it.

2012 Owens and Sons float on trailer. Perfect, like new condition. This trailer is fully loaded, all stainless hardware, LED lights, mag wheels, spare mag wheel and tire.

During the restoration, I did:

All new alwgrip paint inside and out. Very few minor dings, otherwise perfect.
New fuel tank
New fuel hoses
All new electrical wiring
All new gauges, controls, cables, etc...
Brand new batteries (bought yesterday)
New upholstery
New leaning post
Lenco trim tabs
Bimini top
Roughed in for a live well, not installed. I have a live well I can include in the deal.

Full disclosure - the cavitation plate on the engine has the rear part broken off. Some **** stepped on it while getting on the boat. I can get it fixed, it is not a huge deal.

This boat is turn key, just get in and go. We have a Mako 254, a Ski Nautiqe and 2 jet skis, this boat is just not getting used. Asking $14K OBO - come look, boats less than 10 years old are not this solid, and this boat is a Mako to boot.

Text to 813.244.9716 or email [email protected]





Classic Mako in the non skid on the front deck











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