2005 Cobalt 262

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Make
Cobalt
Type
Powerboats
Model
262
Length
27'
Hull material
Fiberglass
Year
2005
Class
Runabout 1
Fuel type
Gas
Engine type
inboard
Name
Cobalt 262 2005
Location
Price
$44,995

2005 Cobalt 262

2005 Cobalt 262 with Mercruiser 496 Mag HO-425hp with a bravo III dual prop outdrive, Yacht Certified. The boat has the switchable capt’n call exhaust, trim tabs, dual batteries with perko switch, double wide helm seats, stainless steel arch/wakeboard tower with bimini top, snap on bow & cockpit canvas, aft walk-thru with filler cushions, AM FM Sat. Bluetooth Aux/USB stereo system, fiberglass extended swim platform with ladder, snap in cockpit carpet, stainless rub rail. Wood grain dash, depth sounder, air & water temp. gauges. Comes with 3 sets of props, 20pitch dual 4 blades, factory 24pitch three blade mercurys, and the pictured 23 pitch Bravo XR's four blade front three blade rear. Boat runs between 50 and 62mph depending on props in use, lake elevation, load, and of course wind. She sounds awesome on the water, its hard not to smile everytime you switch on the capt'n's call. The boat is sitting on a Eagle brand matched tandem axle trailer with surge disc brakes, aluminum wheels. 567 "key on" hours, fresh water use only, excellent condition. Serious inquiries only please, scam artist need not call... 432.256.0264

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