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Thread: For Sale - Mercury 25XS & Austin Runabout Marathon Rig

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    Default For Sale - Mercury 25XS & Austin Runabout Marathon Rig

    Beautiful Austin Marathon boat; was Bobby Austin's personal boat that has won the Marathon Nationals!

    The boat has a full inlay of carbon fiber inside the bottom from the transom to the nose. It is firm, sturdy, and very durable; includes 2 bottom fins, 2 custom fuel tanks, and a built in center seat in the cockpit.

    25XS Engine, good condition. Setup with BTM thrust bracket assembly and electric start. Rebuilt by Joey Zolkowski in 2017.

    Complete with DeWald 3 blade propeller.

    Rig has consistently run top 5 in the 25SSR class at the Top O Michigan marathon. Just add gas and oil, and GO RACING....... $ 3,500.

    Please contact Austin Duggan at or 248-891-5416 with any questions.
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    Would it make a good closed course boat?... with a side fin.
    Dean Hobart

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