Boat interior has just been redone. Boat has T-Top, New Aluminum I Beam trailer, hydraulic steering, leaning post , and HPDI Yamaha 250. The boat does need to be re gel but what will it be worth with a fresh gel coat and a great running engine?
well looking on ebay there's a 2000 21' mako with a 200 hp efi merc for 15 ... this one is bigger but 20 years older..... sounds high to me
also found this on ebay
1986 Mako 228 Walkaround with a 1996 Yamaha 225 Saltwater Series I. Boat has new interior, new gas tank 112 gal. Bennet trim tabs, closed transom with bracket, Garmin GPS/Chart plotter/Sonar, VFH, Stereo Sysytem with I-Pod. New electrical panel with dual battery system. Aluminun Outriggers, raw water washdown, hydraulic streering. Boat is in immaculate condition, too many items to list, must see!! Trailer is included in sale, 2000 Continental Dual Axel Aluminum with new tires, new bearings, new lights. Ready to go fishing!! Any reasonable offer will be considered. $12,500.00 OBO
All I can say is shop heavy and compare what similar boats are actually selling for.... that's the best way to figure value
1994 Baja Sport Fisherman 28 Ft Center Console Boat with Tandem Axle Trailer. Twin Outboard 225hp Merc (Merc Shop rebuild on Port Engine with 15-20hrs). Starboard engine has 450hrs. Salt Water Use. Fiberglass Hull. One new lower unit with two years no fault warranty left.
4 Blade Stainless Props in Excellent Shape
2 New Bilge Pumps (1 Automatic and 1 Manual Over Ride)
1 Live Well Under Center Seat with New Pump and Plumbing
Fresh Water Holding Tanks with Shower
Raw Water Pump and Wash Down Hose
2 New Batteries
20 Rod Holders (8 Newly Replaced for cosmetic reasons)
Lowrance Depth/GPS INS 522 Color
Furuno Depth Finder
Garmin 225 GPS
Sony Marine Radio/CD with 6 Speakers
Front/Back Inside Boat
Remote Spot Light with Stick Control on Dash
2 Fire Extinguishers
6 Life Jackets
2003 Gold Coast Aluminum Load Master trailer double axle with bolted on spare and full hub and bearings spare (trailer probably has no more than 50 miles on it as it was used for in and out's and storage).
Looks like a LOT of boat compared to the ole mako
Mako was a family run business from 67-96. The new "Makos" have been made by Tracker Marine, i.e Bass Pro Shops, since 1998 if that tells you anything.Theres more of a calling for the old makos rather than the new ones.
I have tried registering for classic mako and they have yet to send me a confirmation email so that i can confirm and log in. I do think the price is a little steep but i know that they are good boats and was just curious. I am really open to any center console project or not a project. I thought i had my hands on a 23 Mako that needed to be rebuilt for a good $. I would really like to dive into one and redo everything from the bottom up if i could find one for a decent price.
Here is a picture. The boat will have a fresh gel coat before it gets sold by a marine shop. The engine is now out of the deal. Trailer is new. I have got him down to $6000. What do you think? He just had the inside repainted but went with the original tan interior instead of white. So i will have to redo that. Comes with color GPS/Depth VHF and AM/FM/CD/IPOD. T Top and Cobia tower (Crows nest) What are yalls thoughts?View attachment 131217