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[WTS] 2004 Placecraft 22' tunnel hull deck boat w/ 496 Mag & Bravo One, 118 hours, turnkey

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**Boat is located in the East Bay Area of NorCal, near The Delta in Brentwood, CA 94513**

For sale is my beautiful 2004 Placecraft 22' tunnel hull deck boat. It has its original 496 Mag engine and Bravo One outdrive with ONLY 118 hours on it!

Foot throttle
Drive shower
Hydraulic trim tabs
Dual fuel tanks on a switch
Dual batteries on a Perko switch
Electric engine hatch
Lots of storage beside engine, under seats and in floor locker
Nice Bluetooth stereo system with several speakers and 2 subwoofers
Dual windscreens
Bravo 4-blade 24-pitch balanced and worked prop
Very nice custom Bimini shade with quick connect fittings
Snap-in carpet
Tilt steering wheel
Interior lights
Night-time running lights
Dual axle trailer in good working condition, new tires, LED lights, spare tire, fold-away tongue

This boat is in very nice shape, gets lots of attention, sounds amazing, and is ready to rock. Perfect boat for the family. Still somewhat of a hot rod boat but very family friendly due to the tunnel hull design (stability) and the front deck for easy on/off if beaching. Needs nothing. Exterior is near perfect, with just some very minor gelcoat crazing on the top of the deck across the front. Interior also in near perfect shape, with just two spots that have some minor wear, not in an obvious spot. Registration is current and I have clean CA titles in hand for boat and trailer. Asking $42K OBO, no trades. If the ad is still up, it is still for sale.
 

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tonyoverthere

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Yeah, these are usually around 75, probably with a different prop though. Current prop is great for all around. It'll do 65 with weight in the boat. I have not ran it light before.
 
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