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1986 Hydra Sports Vector 2500cc Kevlar. $10500 OBO. West Palm Beach, FL

I'm selling my 1986 Hydra Sports Vector 2500 CC Kevlar with twin Johnson 140 VRO 2-Stroke Motors. I'm motivated to sell. The hull is in excellent condition; no soft spots. I bought the boat a couple years ago, and have been restoring it with the intention of repowering it with a 300 Suzuki outboard. I have to sell her before I finish re-powering it. This is the perfect boat for someone who is interested in rigging a boat exactly how they want - you can run the motors as they are or repower.

Boat already has:
- Gunnel outriggers and mounts
- Cushioned captain's chairs (I also have a leaning post if you want it)
- Original splash guard for transom, has 8 rod holders
- Hull is rock solid (Kevlar-reinforced)
- Deck is rock solid with zero soft spots (Kevlar-reinforced)
- Soft hatch over the fuel tank was replaced (professionally)
- Garmin 6-pin through-hull transducer installed and wired
- Brand new, custom-welded 110 gallon fuel tank
- Tank was tarred, sealed, and foamed in after being strapped down and rubber-matted
- All new fuel lines from tank. New fuel sending units. New fuel gauge.
- Tank and fuel lines haven't even had their first gallon
- All new electrical from nav light (new) to transom. Ran insulated, marine duplex cable
- All new battery switches
- New batteries
- New bilge pumps (extra bilge pump included)
- New stereo
- New amplifier
- New 12v charger by radio
- New VHF radio installed
- Anchor and anchor line included
- All new busses, fuse panel, fuses, and rewired by professionals (not weekend warriors)

Motors have:
- New starters (They both fire and run. Both have even compression)
- New electrical harness on port motor
- New impellers in both motors
- New NGK spark plugs

The trailer has four brand-new (stickers still on them) tires. New jack up front and new winch. Trailer has brakes. It is galvanized steel.

The kevlar-reinforced hulls are rock solid, extremely heavy up-front, and make great boats for South Florida. They've even been called the "Poor Man's Regulator". If you have any questions or would like to come see the boat, please email me ([email protected]) or text me 561 320 2149

As a note, this boat was featured on Florida Sportsman's Project Dream Boat this year: http://www.floridasportsman.com/2016/05/07/fs-project-dreamboat-hydra-sports-dream-splash/

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