2008 Starcraft 2050 STX

2008 Starcraft 2050 STX

Postby Jason Bauer » Wed Aug 27, 2008 6:05 am

2008 Starcraft 2050 STX with custom wrap, 52 gallon gas tank, 36 gallon livewell (with pump out, seperate areator system, hi-speed fill and oxygenator), center rod stroage, swim platform with ladder, AM/FM stero with auxillary jack and 2 speakers, wash down system, on-board charger for cranking and auxillary batteries, Minnkota 101 lb. 36 volt Terrova (with auto pilot, co-pilot, built in sonar on removable plate and ram mount), on-board charger for bow mount batteries, Lowrance LXC-26 HD color on ram in bow, Lowrance LXC-113 HD color on ram on console, (BOTH GRAPHS ARE NETWORKED TOGETHER), 4 seats, 6 rod holders, 8 rod holder sockets, 6' Trasxtech tracks, 1 automatic bilge pump and 1 manual bilge pump, fire extinguisher, tilt steering whell, retractable rod stay straps on front deck and Westland travel cover
Mercury 200 Hp. Verado with hydro-electric steering, customer s.s. Mercury Tempest Plus 21 pitch propeller and smartcraft gauges
Custom Tandem boat trailer with slick bunks, spare tire and wheel, Boat Buck ratchet tie downs and brakes
Mercury 9.9 Hp. Pro Kicker with electric start, power tilt and hi-thrust propeller

Skipper Bills

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Postby hinds2912 » Wed Nov 26, 2008 12:42 pm

Beautiful boat! Maybe when it's about 5 years older I'll be able to afford it! :? :shock: Seeing the price of a new one does makes my old boat look much better. :)
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Postby snowball » Wed Nov 26, 2008 4:05 pm

This fully rigged boat got repriced without the kicker motor at $39,995.00 We also have a brand new STX 2050 with a 200 optimax 70lb. bow mount 3 bank on-board charger for $29,995.00
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Postby hinds2912 » Thu Nov 27, 2008 1:25 pm

$29,950 sounds much better! My 2003 C-star 170 DC with a 115 4-stroke that I bought from Skipper Bills didn't cost all that much less when it was new. I just might have to come down and take a look! :D :? :shock:

Just don't tell my wife.....
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