1990 Rinker Captiva 186 - $2,000 (West Allis)

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boat type: powerboat
propulsion type: power
condition: good
length overall (LOA): 18
make / manufacturer: Rinker
model name / number: Captiva 186
year manufactured: 1990
Its a 1990 Rinker Captiva 186. Solid fiberglass v-hull with a solid fiberglass floor powered by the ol reliable merc 4.3 with the alpha 1 outdrive. Unfortunately, CL won't let me add the video of the engine running. As she sits, she will run 35 easy. The prop is new. As far as the engine goes... New components are alternator, carburetor, distributor, oil pump, water pump and oil pan. There is a new bilge pump installed and I have a new blower motor for the bilge as well. I am sure there are more. It has a sub and amp installed but I am keeping the radio itself. I have other accessories to go with it such as leds and switch panel. A bunch of life vests and a couple flotation devices will come with it. I have a couple of cranker anchors/w bungie ropes and a couple of regular anchors/w long lines that I will include as well as bumpers for docking or tying up to other boats. The trailer is a single axle surge brake trailer. All lights work and has all bunks. The tires are new as of the beginning of last season. The wife and I had our fun with her now we started a bunch of projects at home and got a new dog so there won't be time for the boat life.

Now onto what none of you have all been waiting for. The original block was cracked from a previous owner not winterizing and a newer engine was installed and converted to an electric fuel system for carburetors. Makes it easier to start the boat since it primes the system for you faster than mechanical. So that is actually a win. It needs an impeller which I have. It was weak when I had it winterized and was advised to have it done before running it this season. Just a heads up. The vinyl looks like it has been in the sun for 34 years but the foam and boards are still in good shape.

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