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  1. #1
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    1994 Sweet 16

    305 Chevy V8 4 barrel carb - re-jetted
    • Alpha One Outdrive
    • Full synthetic engine and outdrive fluids
    • Through Hull Exhaust
    • Remote oil filter
    • Original "Y" pipe available for silent choice conversion
    • Stainless steel mirage prop
    • Trim tabs
    • AM/FM/Cassette
    • Seats and Carpet in excellent condition
    • NEW matching teal cockpit cover
    • NEW matching teal mooring cover
    • Original Eagle trailer – like new with NEW tires
    • Matching teal lines and boat bag included

    • Garage stored
    • Low Hours
    • Second owner
    • All records and receipts since 1995 available
    $11,900
    Harrison Township, Michigan
    586-481-2868 Dave

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    This appears to be a well cared for 16.

    And it has a lot of "desirable" options;
    • V8 w/4 bbl
    • trim tabs
    • thru-hull exhaust
    • remote oil filter (this is HUGE if you have ever had to change one in the original location)
    • new canvas
    • nice trailer with new tires


    I would hope this is bought by someone who appreciates the bargain this would be at the asking price. I will have close to $20K in my restoration (if all my time is worth $0) before my boat will be like this.

    And new ones are over $40K?
    “Oh right, because you walked into strippers discount warehouse and said ‘Help me showcase my intellect.’” - Archer

    Bill
    Grand Rapids, Michigan
    1985 Donzi Criterion SS
    1967 Donzi 16 Ski Sporter, C16-409, Has a new home!
    38' Carver Aft Cabin
    1968 Sea Ray SRV 180 w/1975 70 hp Evinrude
    10" RIB w/15 hp 1984 Evinrude

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    N2O...

    Are you sure, only $20K in restoration? Is that the real number or just the "highest acceptable number" that you can tell your wife without getting the veto? I think my "real" restoration number is much higher than I let myself believe. I never really account for all the little and medium restoration stuff I have bought.


    I agree...
    $11.9K is a nice deal for a great looking boat that doesn't need paint, seats, motor work, new gas tank (deck off), fiberglass, decals, gauges, wiring, and the rest...
    Bob

    Covington, Washington
    1966 Donzi 16' Hull #16-226



    here are some short videos...

    a little video clip of our boat idling over to the boat launch so you can hear it.
    http://www.youtube.com/v/GSx8zAmi3R0

    Eaton outdrive rotating 101
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=auaFB...yer_detailpage

    thread on our boat
    http://www.donzi.net/forums/showthread.php?t=61975


    Video of the boat on the trailer

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S9qXz4CJS8U

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    Bob,

    I'll never tell.
    “Oh right, because you walked into strippers discount warehouse and said ‘Help me showcase my intellect.’” - Archer

    Bill
    Grand Rapids, Michigan
    1985 Donzi Criterion SS
    1967 Donzi 16 Ski Sporter, C16-409, Has a new home!
    38' Carver Aft Cabin
    1968 Sea Ray SRV 180 w/1975 70 hp Evinrude
    10" RIB w/15 hp 1984 Evinrude

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