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Currently at $3,100 with about 2 days to go, selling because my wife and I recently had twins and the boat is no longer practical.

Auction link: 1997 Sea-Doo Speedster with Twin 85 hp (170) i/o engines NO RESERVE! 1997 Sea-Doo Speedster with Twin 85 hp (170) i/o engines NO RESERVE! | eBay

This is a 1997 Sea-Doo Speedster Jet Boat with twin 85 h.p. i/o engines. The boat has been stored in garage all winter, I have not started it or ran it this year, last time I used the boat it ran great. I paid $3,800 for the boat last July and then put $1,300 into it to replace both impellers and rings. Fun little boat to take on the water, basically like an over-sized jet ski. I am selling this boat AS IS, as I said, it ran the last time I used it, if it doesn't start it probably needs fresh gas in it. I just charged the battery completely yesterday, I turned off the gas to the engines and fired both engines, both of them fired as if they would start. The boat comes with the trailer, I also added a spare tire holder to the trailer last summer. The boat is in Sheboygan, WI. The buyer must make arrangements to pick up or ship the boat. The only things wrong are the rear facing seat is water damaged (shown in picture), it was sitting outside at the dealer last year when it was having its impellers replaced, it rained and now it probably needs a new seat, the back rope holder cover is also missing, the cup holder on the side of the boat is missing, I have white duct tape over that hole, a new cup holder is around $8. Last thing is that the driver's seat bottom cushion is cracked, I have pictures of all of these if interested in seeing them. I will be holding a viewing of the boat at my house tomorrow, June 8th from 12-5 in Sheboygan, WI. If interested, contact me for the address. The ONLY reason I am selling the boat is because my wife and I recently had twins, which makes 5 kids, the boat is no longer practical. You can tell by the upholstery that the boat has always been stored indoors. This sale also includes 5-6 brand new life vests, 3 of them were slightly worn (2-3 times), I believe we paid around $125 for all of them. The boat also includes a small collapsible anchor and storage bag, which I paid $35 for, a floating cushion and a float duffel bag.


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