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Old 12 October 2015, 21:45   #1
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Avon searider 7.4

Avon searider 7.4 with volvo penta i/o

I dont know much about these boats but i will try to answer questions as best as i can. Plan on listing it on ebay when i get some more pictures taken. just got all the paperwork finalized and started messing with it. engine started right up, tons of spare parts (bellows, filters, anodes,impellers) has rear arch with lights and all on it and a heavy lifting bracket that fits over where the console is to allow crane lift. Both were removed for transport height purposes but can easily be reattached. no trailer the boat is sitting in a cradle as it was while it was in service.
not sure what ballpark prices are on these boats looking for $20,000 open to offers...
currently registered in md gonna work on it some more and get it ready to demo for whoever is interested
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Old 13 October 2015, 21:54   #2
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Nice one! Im interested. If I paid for a new trailer, would you be willing to assist getting it on the trailer in order for a shipper to come pick it up?

More pics please!
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Old 13 October 2015, 22:39   #3
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Nice one! Im interested. If I paid for a new trailer, would you be willing to assist getting it on the trailer in order for a shipper to come pick it up?

More pics please!
You have a sickness.

NCP might have a trailer that could work for you.
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sure will definitely be able to load onto trailer. If you are going to send a boat trailer i will put the lifting frame back on and bolt it down to make it easier to load. I already started putting the light bracket back on the stern. The engine is ad41pa (200hp) i will get some more pictures up for you.
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nice looking boat.
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You have a sickness.

LOL.


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sure will definitely be able to load onto trailer. If you are going to send a boat trailer i will put the lifting frame back on and bolt it down to make it easier to load. I already started putting the light bracket back on the stern. The engine is ad41pa (200hp) i will get some more pictures up for you.


Thanks. Im trying to figure out the most efficient way to get it out here. I will PM you for details.
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Old 14 October 2015, 18:25   #9
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NCP might have a trailer that could work for you.

Lol hey Im getting better I think, at least I sold the Srmn already. Now I will have to let the Hurricane go.

Wish I could keep them all
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Lol hey Im getting better I think, at least I sold the Srmn already. Now I will have to let the Hurricane go.

Wish I could keep them all
Since you appear to be going up in size and price, and you are a project guy, have you ever considering buying an ex military surplus boat?

There are 4 733s for sale in Hawaii right now.
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