For Sale: 1996 Ski Nautique by Correct Craft

Bh0ppBh0pp Posts: 10 Baller
edited August 4 in Stuff For Sale



This 1996 Ski Nautique by Correct Craft is a 19' three event waterski boat powered by an inboard PCM GT-40 Pro Boss with 310 HP and 735 hours on the clock.

Over the past year there has been extensive work done to perform all the deferred maintenance and refresh it after 25 years of use. It runs strong at all speeds and is a great pull through the ski course.

Factory Amenities:
-Powerful v8 engine
-5 speaker sound system with head unit
-Seating for 6
-3 blade prop
-Black and red color package
-Trailer and Cover included

Recent maintenance includes:
-Gas tank removed and all components cleaned.
-New low pressure fuel pump
-New high pressure fuel pump
-New fuel filter
-New hose connecting HP fuel pump to pickup line in F.C.C
-New throttle position sensor
-New MAP sensor
-New vacuum pump
-New front end water hoses
-New impeller
-New thermostat
-New Battery
-Changed oil and spark plugs
-Extracted carpet
-Cut, buffed, and polished all gel coat.
-Cleaned seats

There are some small nicks in the upholstery and the love seat has a structural and cosmetic repair done to the main seam that split.

The gel coat shines bright but does have minor dings and scratches.

Overall, this is a great example of a 1996 Ski Nautique. It is turn key and ready for years of enjoyment and great skiing.


$18,500 obo










ToddA

Comments

  • GaryJanzigGaryJanzig Posts: 204 Baller
    I have a '94. Still going strong at 2200hours.
    MDB1056
  • Bh0ppBh0pp Posts: 10 Baller
    @GaryJanzig just an incredible boat. You treat ‘em right and they’ll treat you better.
  • GaryJanzigGaryJanzig Posts: 204 Baller
    I put Perfect Pass in mine in 2008, Upgraded to version 9.2 and Zbox in 2017. Over the winter I replaced the entire steering system with the one used in 1998 and newer models, except for the rudder itself. Changed the helm, tilt, cable, clamp block assembly, and repacked the rudder port. I replaced the second speedometer with a GPS one. The original was faded. The pickups were about to fail too. Wanted something more accurate to pull barefooters. It is easier to drive manually while reading an analog face. If money allows I may upgrade to an ACME prop. Trying to improve the speed holding to make the pull feel like the newer boats. The newer props don't slip as much because they have better grip of the water.
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