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Old 13 May 2014, 13:40   #1
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1995 Willard 6 Hours! on Rebuilt Cummins

1995 Willard Seaforce 730 24ft RHIB. Cummins 5.9 210 HP Turbo Diesel. This boat is in excellent shape. I rebuilt the engine ( New Pistons, rings, bears, lifters, oil pump, circulation pump, injectors, injection pump etc…) Only 10 hours on the engine! The drive train has been gone through, new torque plate, Carrier bearings, Gimble bearings, drive universals, Fully serviced the Bravo II Diesel X drive. The boat was retro fitted in 2005 with new tubes, drive, engine, steering, gauges etc. Batteries are new, the flooring was just done with Algrip2 and Silica Sand. Trailer is not included but I have plenty to choose from, including the one it sits on. This boat has all Stainless Steel 316 that is electro-polished $35k in metal work! Willard builds these boats new for $220k! These boats are; amazing in small craft advisories, very reliable, safe, good work horses, dive boats, tow boats, or just a good all around boat for fun. Depending on how you prop the boat, they can cruise @ 30 knots and top out @36knots. This boat is propped conservatively @ 27 knots top out. Fuel economy on this drive set up is 4.2 Miles per Gallon @ 24knots! $36,000. ( I have cheaper versions available, but this one is premium!) Call for more Details Todd 310-308-6951

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Old 14 May 2014, 11:49   #2
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Out of curiosity, how does the dash cover work? Looks like it's bolted down pretty securely; how does one get to the switches?

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slide your hand underneath very easy...
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