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1999 Trophy 1903 Center Console
w/ Escort® galvanized, single axle 15? wheels

LOA- 19?8?
Beam- 7?8?
Deadrise- 19 dergress
Hull Material ? Fiberglass
Hull Type ? Deep V
Power ? 120hp Force by Mercury Marine not Chrysler
Fuel - 55 gallons
Weight ? 2693
Draft ? 1?2? motor up 2?7? motor down Can get into feeder creeks with 19" of water

Standard Equipment
· Excellent cockpit storage featuring two aft fish wells, two forward stowage lockers and anchor line locker
· Fiberglass self-bailing cockpit liner
· Hand-laid construction with cored fiberglass box beam stringer system
· Locking electronics cabinet
· Molded fiberglass dash console
· Plexiglass windscreen with stainless steel grabrails, welded stanchions through-bolted to console
· Port and starboard swivel bucket seats
· Positive flotation
· Raised outboard well
· Stainless steel bow rail
· Transferable 10 year structural hull limited warranty
· Vinylester skin coat to prevent blistering
· 110-qt. Aerated baitwell with overflow and drain
· 36-qt. Carry-on cooler
· Analog instrumentation including speedometer, tachometer, voltmeter, and fuel gauge

Add-ons
-Custom T-top built and serviced by White Knuckle Welding (Woodbine,NJ)
-Stainless steel 3 blade prop
-Spare aluminum prop
-Raymarine L-470 fish finder (clear read outs in rough water and running)
-Raymarine Chartplotter 420 with Cartography (detailed D-bay map chip included)
-Uniden Oceanus VHF
-Raycor fuel/water separator with water release valve (the large glass see thru)

*Also available is my slip at Longreach marina in Bivalve/Port Norris. Slip is awesome. You can pull up to your boat in your vehicle and throw your gear in the boat. You can also refuel at the slip. Plus a lot of BassBarner's to keep a good watch over her.



$17,900

Contact me at 610-476-2395
or email me [email protected]

[ 03-14-2005, 11:15 AM: Message edited by: RottnCaptn ]
 

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Educate me, what's the difference between the 2 Force motors. The package looks nice, but the name "Force" sends a chill up my spine. Also, where can it be seen? [email protected]
 

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wahooII , trophy series boats are different than bayliners. i have been out on this boat and it is a good fishing machine!!! plenty of storage and all. good luck selling her ron!!!
 

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Just a note on RottnCaptain's boat. It is a great fishing machine that has been well taken care of. Someone is going to get a good boat.
 

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FORCE MOTOR MADE BY MERCRUISER IS A DECENT MOTOR
ACTUALLY IF YOU SEARCH FOR THEM THEY ARE 1 OF THE MOST POPULAR IN CANADA. FORCE/CHRYSLER WERE THE JUNK MOTORS BUILT BEFRORE 1985.
 

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The motor is a Mercury Marine product and all parts are available through Mercury's website.

5 plus years and never needed a tow. The only engine work ever performed was the starter I replaced in 2004. Other than that she has been an awesome motor.

This boat has seen some rough stuff and has never let me down. I'm sure a lot of guys can vouch for me, that this is one tough boat!
 

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Ive "been" on this boat also. I did a full detail on it last year. I was surprised on how well this boat was laid out and the condition of it.Here are 2 pix I took sorry the dont show much



[ 02-13-2005, 09:12 AM: Message edited by: dawnskaybug ]
 

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Ron, hope your moving up to a bigger boat? That is one sweet boat you have there and will make someone happy.
 

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My previous boat was a 18' Trophy with a 120 Force never had a problem with boat or motor. Sold it to move up. Also, I've owned 4 Force o/b's over the years and in 12 years only had one repair bill and that was for a water pump because I ran over a plastic bar.

Good luck with the sale.
 

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rotten capt.i have the same boat with the 120 force merc. and the boat is great for the bay ,the boat can handle some big waves with ease.and the motor runs great .everbody who been out fishing with me tells me how great the boat rides.my boat is jut like your without the tee top.i can fish in shallow water with her .had her out in the ocean about 14 miles ,with that 55 gal.gas tank on a nice day could run her a long way.im a bay fishing guy , but she is great on gas . this boat is worth the price .if anybody wants a great boat this is the one .also i trailer my boat from stone harbour to the bay and she is a dream putting over and putting back on.
 

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That boat has alot of history, Lots of laughs and tons of fish. HAPPY DAYS.


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Guys--

Ron wasn't BS-ing about this boat. I became a firm believer last year. I was out on my dad's 24 Grady and I called Ron to find out where he was, well we were in the Shoe and he was wayyyyyyy south of us. We ended up going down that way in an easy 4'- 5' and anchored next to Ron, we weren't doing much so we made a move, caught well and called Ron in, he followed shortly there after and we both caught well. When we both headed in, with it kicking up to 5'-6' we watched his boat sit right on top and come in almost effortless. Guys this is a GREAT boat with an even sweeter deal. Jump on this if you are looking for a great, practical boat. :D :D
 
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