I am selling this 1991 Correct Craft 19.6 Ski Nautique for a friend, who is now working overseas.
It was purchased in June 2008 from Buxton Marine in Lewisville near Dallas/Fort Worth with 456.3 hours
Houston Watersport Complex (former Correct Craft dealer) always did the annual maintenance of the boat.
In June 2011, they said the Cold Pack ignition had to be changed, which they did.
Unfortunately their new mechanic did not know how to set it and left the boat outside for 6 months which destroyed the interior.
In July 2011 they changed they replaced the starter
In November 2011 they changed the fuel pump.
At the end, they hired a mechanic of the new Correct Craft dealer North of Houston, which solved the new ignition issue.
Unfortunately the interior was ruinned from the sun.
It did not bother us for skiing as we put towels.
Used only for water skiing.
Engine: PCM 351 with 240 HP.
Comes with the trailer.
Current hour is less than: 870
Last oil change done at: 860.1
Doesn't make a big difference, but the engine has in reality 43 hours less than indicated.
The mechanic let the ignition key in (wich let the tachmeter run, while the engine was not).
Flushed with fresh water after every use.
There is valve system installed to flush the engine with fresh water while in the water.
With Bimini up will burn 5 gallon per hour average.
Without Bimini 4.5 Gallon per hour.
Come with some combo and tricks skies, rope and life jackets.
$4500 for quick sale.
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