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    1968 Donzi Ski Sporter

    1968 Classic Donzi Ski Sporter. Holman Moody 302 Ford. Volvo Penta AQ270 outdrive. Heads rebuilt, outdrive resealed, intermediate bearing replaced, interior and carpet replaced 2013. Dash rebuild with new Stewart Warner retro gauges. New Mallory electronic distributor, Holley marine carburetor and Edelbrock intake manifold. Water pump rebuilt. Spare new alternator and new water pump included. Bimini included. Solas 19, Solas 23 (installed) -and Bronson Hill 19 stainless props. New lifejackets and Icom IC-M92D VHF Marine Radio included. Deck and hull are not perfect, but original and really nice considering the age. Some delam on the bow and bubbling on the hatch. Stringers and transom are solid. Boat was stored indoors for 12 years before I purchased it. Currently stored in heated garage. Trailer bearings and seals replaced 2013. Located in Seaside Oregon. $10,000 or make offer.


    1969 Donzi Ski Sporter by sandogdewey2012, on Flickr


    1969 Donzi Ski Sporter by sandogdewey2012, on Flickr


    1969 Donzi Ski Sporter by sandogdewey2012, on Flickr


    1969 Donzi Ski Sporter by sandogdewey2012, on Flickr


    1969 Donzi Ski Sporter by sandogdewey2012, on Flickr


    1969 Donzi Ski Sporter by sandogdewey2012, on Flickr


    1969 Donzi Ski Sporter by sandogdewey2012, on Flickr


    1969 Donzi Ski Sporter by sandogdewey2012, on Flickr


    1969 Donzi Ski Sporter by sandogdewey2012, on Flickr


    1969 Donzi Ski Sporter by sandogdewey2012, on Flickr


    1969 Donzi Ski Sporter by sandogdewey2012, on Flickr


    1969 Donzi Ski Sporter by sandogdewey2012, on Flickr


    1969 Donzi Ski Sporter by sandogdewey2012, on Flickr
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    Patrick

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    How many rpms can you turn the Solas 23 with that engine?
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    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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    Quote Originally Posted by Just Say N20 View Post
    How many rpms can you turn the Solas 23 with that engine?
    5000, but I do not believe the ratio is 1.61 on the lower. I think it is closer to 1.8 or 2. I'm running 48 mph @ 4800-5000. I was told it was a V8 outdrive when I got it, but the numbers weren't adding up. I changed props to gain some speed. Then I put an RPM gauge on the prop at idle and found out it wasn't a V8 outdrive.
    Patrick

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    That explains it. Thanks!

    Good luck with selling it.
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    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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    What is the name of that yellow?
    1972 16 OB - C16B-63 - "Surface Tension" Resto Project
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    That's a very good price for that boat in our neck of the woods!
    Some lucky person will snap this up.
    Sean Conroy,
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    I have this Greg

    I think the yellow is on this chart

    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Guimond View Post
    What is the name of that yellow?
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