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Updated: 3/8/2021 (39 days ago)
Originally Posted: 1/4/2021
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Owner: Mike Cunningham
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Location: Austin, TX
Phone: (512) 431-9382

Model: 1977 Martinique
Length: 18
Engine: Ford 351 W
HP: 225
Hours: 0
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Price: $5,000 

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$1,500
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$5,000
I have owned this Martinique for approximately 10 years. I finally had to upgrade to a larger family boat last fall so sadly its time to let her go. Another member on CCFan rebuilt the engine about 15 years ago. It has been a great boat for us with probably 800 hours or so since the re-build. I have always kept it on a lift and run it year-round...Austin, Texas winters and bilge heater allowed for that. Re-built carb and full tune-up approx 2 years ago. New battery and thermostat last summer. Fluids, filters and impeller changes every 12-18 months. I think we replaced the belt and most hoses 3-4 years ago. New battery cables and starter probably 5-6 years ago. I''ve enjoyed doing the work on it which I could handle and calling-in my marine pro on the more technical issues. Floors are generally solid. Stringers were repaired prior to my purchase and still seem to be in great shape as all engine bolts hold firm in place. 4-blade prop in great shape. Vinyl is a mix of original and new...not great but no major rips. Captain''s chair a little wobbly. The boat could probably use a new steering cable, blower and the trailer needs new tires. Otherwise it''s in great shape. We probably put 100 hours on it this past summer. I thought I would throw it up here on CCFan to see it any interest from a correct-craft-fanatic before I put it locally on craigslist...would love to see it go to a more appreciative buyer - maybe make a great deal to a true CCFan. I pulled it out of the water in October and it''s currently winterized on the original trailer in Horseshoe Bay / Lake LBJ, Texas. I''m happy to start it up in the driveway, or in the water at the ramp 1/2 mile away. Bimini top with a hole cut for the skylon pole is included. The skylon pole is mounted on a stainless steel adapter attached to the original ski pylon so that I did not have to remove the original ring and finger. I can send more photos or videos of running / surfing...I might even have an old slalom video. Inexpensive way to get on the water in a classic boat this summer. Email me at mike_cunningham@hcfd.com. Thanks
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