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1986 Four Winns 210 Santana

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Call Boat Owner Nik 817-948-3642.

Engine Rebuilt in 2011.

Boat Lying in NY 14901.

Ok, this is my 86 Four Winns 210 Santara.

It is a 21' open bow and is essentially the same thing as a Liberator, just with an open bow instead of the cuddy.

I bought this boat out of the weeds 2 years ago as a project for myself.

I would most definitely want to keep it until I had it back to pristine condition but I have moved to Texas.

I bought the boat with a blown motor and broken down trailer.

Since then the motor is brand new (with the exception of the heads).

New block, crank, pistons, rods, lifters, seals, headers, intake, ignition, carb, rockers, a lot!

The motor is bored out .20 over and has less than 10 hours on it!

Had this boat on the lake twice!

It is a technically a Mercruiser 5.7 260hp.

Basically a Chevy 350, now 352, and with the addition of the intake and exhaust it will be well over the rated 260hp.

The boat has only ever been in fresh water since the rebuild, no salt or brackish water has ever been ran through the new motor.

The alternator (converted to a one wire) and starter have been completely rebuilt and are brand new.

The batteries are new and have a marine switch so that when youíre out on the lake you always have a backup.

The entire ignition is MSD, coil, distributor, box, wires, and plugs are all new.

The gauges have all been replaced (except speed and trim) with white face sun pro gauges (electrical) with a manual oil pressure gauge in the engine bay for easy visual while tuning/servicing.

Also the fuel sender is new and works perfect!

The Exhaust is thru hull and sounds amazing!

Especially since the addition to the aluminum boat headers!

Which cost 1800$ new!!!

The intake is an Edlebrock performer 2701.

The boat mechanical wise has been meticulously maintained and always winterized perfectly.

Since I have easily over 3,000$ invested into just the motor you tend to take care of it!

Itís too bad I have to get rid of it L.

The motor was done by Stapleton engines in Elmira NY.

The carb is on a fresh rebuild and is a Rochester quadrajet.

The bellows and bearings are all new, as well as the out drive impeller and gear oil.

The out drive is an alpha one and I have two different props for the boat, a steel and a stainless steel both different pitches for doing different things.

I started to work on the interior as well as wiring up the new stereo but this are where I stopped.

With some upholstery work and a little paint this baby would shine.

The teak with a good wash and oil looks great.

The swim deck and ladder are in great shape with no problems.

The boat has hydraulic trim tabs so it is easy to handle with groups of people and the V hull.

This boat has all sorts of potential.

It does not lack for power in any sense that is for sure.

The trailer is in prime shape.

Tires are new and maybe have 1,000 miles on them at best.

The brake lines are new as well as the pads and wheel cylinders.

The master cylinder is brand new as well, as it was replaced with the entire trailer braking system.

Basically a little investment and some TLC this boat would be a great deal for getting a great running boat.

The cover pictured obviously goes with the boat, it is a custom canvas cover which cost me 800$ new.

It does have a tear in it where the snow was just too heavy and the support rod poked through, but a little stitching and it will be good as new.

The stereo has to be wired up and installed but I have two amps, the head unit and 3 sets of speakers that all have yet to be installed.

Comes with skiís life vests etc. and all of the normal things which come with a used boat.

There are no major soft spots anywhere inside the boat, I go about 240lbs and I do not have to avoid or tip toe anywhere inside.

With that said the boat is an original 86, so it is fantastic shape if you ask me.

The out drive is the original, and is a little rough, but works fine.

It will have to be tightened up as well as there is some side to side slop.

In all this would be a great project boat at this price.

The Asking price is 4,000$ and is fairly firm.

If I have to I will just keep the boat.

I can get 1-1.200$ for the trailer, about the same for the hull, and at least 2500$ for the motor if I were to separate so that is where I generate 4,000$ from.

Any question do not hesitate to call 8 one 7 nine 4 8 three six 42 (New Texas Number) Thanks for looking! -Nik

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State:New York
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Engine Count:Single
Engine Hours:10
Hull Material:Glass
Beam:not given
Draft:not given

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