According to the Seller:
When I got the boat I did a full drive service and checked compression on all the cylinders, I also replaced the starter and ignition. End of last season my idle adjustment was acting up and the boat was dying a lot coming out of the slip but if the idle is set right it's fine.
The steering is also a bit tight, the steering ram might need replacing eventually.
At the beginning of last year I replaced all the vinyl on the top deck of the boat the vinyl is the original century buccaneer color and it matches the hull sides. I replaced all the old plastic hood scoops with new chrome ones, I also sanded and cleaned all the teak on the boat and gave it a fresh coat of oil. bow and stern flagpole light both work. New rub rail.
I work in a refinish shop so almost everything on the boat has been restored or is outright new.
unfortunately, the stereo that was in the boat shorted so it is in need of a sound system. The name of the boat is also "ski daddle" and it is starting to fade a bit.
The gel coat on the hull sides is also in amazing condition for a 64 it is still very glossy. The boat floats great and doesn't need to soak or anything.
I have winterized the boat and had it stored in an indoor facility.
- Bilge Blower
- Number Of Eng Cylinders (6)
- Number Of Fuel Tanks
- Battery Switch
- Fuel Gauge
- Oil Pressure Gauge
- Cover - Full Boat
- Passenger Seat
- Steering Wheel