View Full Version : 1994 Donzi Classic 22

Spank Dawg
08-11-2004, 09:33 PM
502 EFI Bravo one, Gil exhaust, Bennett Tabs, custom made performance trailer, cockpit cover, nice! Lake Winnie , N.H. $23,900.00 ( 508) 561-0545

Dr. Dan
08-12-2004, 05:49 PM
:p OK I'll bite? Why are you selling?


Spank Dawg
08-12-2004, 06:56 PM
So many boats - so little time. I bought a 68' :confused: F14 to use on some smaller lakes around my home ( not that is any way a substitute for the 22 ) & I'm hoping to get my cruiser in the water next year so I need the time & money for that.

08-12-2004, 10:14 PM
hummm .... keep the 22 and sell the 14 to me

08-12-2004, 11:29 PM
Hours, maintenance habits, performance, more pictures?

Spank Dawg
08-13-2004, 01:31 PM
I'm guessing between 350 & 400 hours. There is no hour meter - has to be hooked up to a computer @ a marina to read the hours which I have not done. Fast Eddie said it had about 300 hours 2 years ago when I bought it from him. This year : Drive oil & new starter solenoid. Past 2 seasons: New gimble bearings, new bellows, & new water pump. Woodsy looked @ the U joints beginning of last season & said they looked fine. Last year I paid Spooner $ 750.00 for compounding, wax & some wet sanding. Boat looked lik new when I picked it up. I have kept up w/ the wax. The power trim guage has gone wacky. Service man says it needs new senders @ the drive & I'm getting water in the trim pump resevoir. Serviceman says probably a bad line. I bought the boat from Eddie w/ a crack in the port window. I didn't replace it because it seems that this is a common problem w/ these windshields & I figured it would just crack again. I don't have any more pics but I may be able to take some this weekend. 5000 r.p.m.s' / 25 pitch prop. I get 71 m.p.h. on my handheld GPS depending on the conditions. Upholstery & rug in good shape - no rips or tears

08-13-2004, 02:11 PM
Don't look at the people but it is the red one right there infront in this picture taken at the Winne Poker Run...
Real clean from what I saw.

Hope that helps some,

08-14-2004, 06:16 PM
I don't know the boat but it seems it hangs out with a good group of people...

08-14-2004, 09:32 PM
This boat was my boat before Dave bought it and it is a wonderful boat in great shape. Don't hesitate to grab this one (502). It's a winner and I had the red center stripe professionally done and it looks brand new. The trailer is a Performance made in Lake George which is one of if not the best you can buy. Come on you ass draggers , call Dave and put a winner (2001 Winni Poker Run- 1st Place) at your dock.
He who hesitates , loses. :ribbon: