AWSA 1990 Ski Brendella evaluation

EFWEFW Posts: 186 Baller

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  • Cooper_TrelawneyCooper_Trelawney Posts: 385 Crazy Baller
    My college ski team had 2 of these. I have tons of fun memories in these boats! Base price at 16K looks great too!
    Travis Anderson, Texas waterfront REALTOR
  • LoopSkiLoopSki Posts: 1,006 Mega Baller
    edited April 2020
    Here was mine but open bow. So many great memories.


  • marknmarkn Posts: 546 Mega Baller
    First time I ever ran the course was at Dee's Ski School behind one of those. Wow, cool to see one again.
  • wawaskrwawaskr Posts: 385 Crazy Baller
    Here is the 1993 SB Shortline Review from 1993 WS Magazine.

    Matt
  • rawlyrawly Posts: 567 Crazy Baller
    Have one in So Cal that will get cleaned up and put on the market soon. Got it for my kids , but they don’t use it. Great boats for that era.
  • ALPJrALPJr Posts: 2,876 Mega Baller
    edited April 2020
    Was/is one of my fav’ boats. There was a nice looking one owner for sale last year from eastern MA on Skiitagain. Somebody gotta good one.
  • RAWSkiRAWSki Posts: 1,017 Mega Baller
    Wow Nice looking and well preserved. Love seeing those well cared for ski-craft From the era CC. MC. Brenda"s Centurions and Malibus can hold up well. Harder to find...... Supra. American Skier, Supreme but they exist!
  • JetsetrJetsetr Posts: 497 ★★★Triple Panda Award Recipient ★★★
    edited April 2020

    My 89 will be for sale soon. 1004 hours, with or without Stargazer PP, digital GPS speedometer, good interior, new prop, decent trailer. Runs great, sounds bad ass...Reasonable...
    WishRAWSkiBulldogRichardDoanemmosley899
  • RichardDoaneRichardDoane Posts: 4,879 Mega Baller
    @immikerowley that's a great looking boat ! thanks for the interior pics as we're planning Dr. Jack's redo at the moment
    BallOfSpray Pacific Northwest Vice President of Event Management, aka "Zappy"
  • immikerowleyimmikerowley Posts: 28 Baller
    @RichardDoane thanks, happy with the ol girl. I had some carb issues which have now settled down and she is running like a beaut. ill check if i have more interior pics and send to you if it helps.
    RichardDoane
  • MidMOSkierMidMOSkier Posts: 11 New Baller
    @immikerowley more interior picks would help me as well. I'm restoring an 89 Brendella and none of the seating/trim is original. Your pics have been helpful so far, especially the gunnel upholstery.
  • JetsetrJetsetr Posts: 497 ★★★Triple Panda Award Recipient ★★★
    edited April 2020
    My 89 is original other than the observers seat cushion...what pics would you like?
  • marknmarkn Posts: 546 Mega Baller
    Looked at the $16,550 list price and calculated in todays dollars, it would be $34,500. That would be a true bargain in today's market.
    RichardDoanePeterAK
  • runcianorunciano Posts: 5 New Baller
    edited May 2020
    Here's my 1990 Brendella Spectrum
    RichardDoane
  • rawlyrawly Posts: 567 Crazy Baller
    Here is our 1990 Brendella that is for sale. Has lived at this lake it’s whole life. Started as a promo , we are the third owners. Bought it for my kids , but they just don’t use it. Just under 1200 hours on the Ford 351 engine , original interior is in good shape , perfect pass . Pre Covid pricing. Located in Arvin Ca.

    MDB1056
  • rawlyrawly Posts: 567 Crazy Baller


    MDB1056Zman
  • MDB1056MDB1056 Posts: 1,098 Mega Baller
    edited July 25
    One of my ski buddies has a 92 that is showroom. Gorgeous. I love skiing behind it. Small boats but really fun and look fabulous . Way cool boats
    rawly
  • pcmcon729pcmcon729 Posts: 104 Baller
    Brendella was a big supporter of competitve skiing in NH back in the nineties, with lots of promo boats at the tournaments. I drove and skied many at these events, and they had a great boat for an affordable price.
    MDB1056
  • ZmanZman Posts: 1,962 Mega Baller
    Have many sets behind my ski partner's 1989.
    Fun boat, very good pull with PP.
    Had to stop skiing it due to wood stringer issues.
    Anyone ever tackled the job of installing new stringers?
    I know it is no small task, but the boat was running so good, and near perfect times. And, the nostalgia.
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