1992 Sea Ray Sundancer

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Sea Ray Sundancer 1992

1992 Sea Ray Sundancer

1992 23’ Searay Sundancer W/ cuddy cabin This boat was purchased new in 1992 by a private pilot,Then sold to wife’s dad who at the time was the aircraft mechanic. You will not find a boat this meticulously maintained and always stored indoors. We have all service records.We are the 3rd owner and has been used very little the last couple years. This is closest you could buy to a (New )1992 boat. Everything on the boat works flawlessly,aside from anchor. Will need new one and serviced Mercruiser 4.3 liter I/O (800) hours Depth& fish finder Automatic bilge pump Electric Bilge blower Power steering Power tilt& trim Trim tabs Stainless & steel propellers Never been in salt water Custom Kenwood stereo w/ amp D/C to A/C Invertor (plug in air pumps lights ect ) Dual batteries w/ charger Fridge Stove Sink Table Lavatory w/ new head Will sleep 4 comfortably Tandem trailer w/ surge brakes Tires are in great condition Will come with skis,tube,wakeboard and life jackets. This is a great family boat especially if you have Little’s and won’t break the bank on fuel ect. Great boat for the price,and 10 percent the price of a new one!

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