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shamrock7

2007 Crestliner 1600 Fishhawk

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2007 Crestliner Fishhawk 1600 with 50 HP Mercury 4 stroke. Includes a custom trailer, Motor-guide wireless electric trolling motor and Lowrance 522C Depthfinder/GPS Map and on-board charger. 3 seats Travel cover everything in good condition. This was a rental boat for 2 seasons, that's why we are selling below book value. $10,000

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What kinda top end speed do you get out of her with the 50 on the back?

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I would guess about 25-28 MPH

Guess I would have to take it out and run it out with the GPS to answer accurately but.... since I posted the ad, on its last rental, the motor hatched so it will a be a while before it is ready to go to a new owner but it will have a new powerhead with warranty.

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New power-head is being installed now so it will be a brand new engine for its new owner.

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Any major dings or damage due to it being a rental?

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None Really nice shape. A small scratch here or there but nothing major.

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