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#6315: 1983 46ft Cougar Aluminum V Bottom Offshore Race Boat
Inventory ID: 6315 Location: Hollywood, FL
Year:  1983 Length:  46ft
Make:  Cougar Model:  Aluminum V Bottom Offshore Race Boat
Height: N/A Beam: 9'
Draft: 3' Displacement: 18000lbs
Hull Material: Aluminum HIN: CMD460010983
Engines: Three 1000hp (each) Keith Eickert 500 cubic inch engines with PSI magnesium case blowers, EFI Technology fuel injection with Kinsler Race system, Stelling Marine exhaust systems, all engines run and operate properly, they are fresh with less than 1 hour run time reported. Three of the six fuel pumps are reportedly in need of replacement. 100 octane race fuel is necessary. These 1000hp engines alone are valued at over $75,000 each.
Transmission: SCS Crash box transmissions, #5 drives are also re built with only one sea trial on them, center drive is fixed mounted with no steering or trim, port and starboard drives are mounted on extension boxes with full hydraulic steering and trim. Four blade lab finished props are included
Generator/Battery: None, requires three
Electronics: N/A
Ground Tackle: Large dual ram trim tabs
Rigging: Canvass cover
Head: N/A
Galley: N/A
Trailer: Trailer Included in Auction.
Trailer Info: 1984 painted steel tandem axle with dual wheels, removable cradle and built in tool boxes. Air brakes. Good structural condition with some surface rust in areas, tires are dry rotted and in poor condition
Shipping: This item is for Pick-up Only
Shipping Information: Item sold "where is". Assistance with shipping is generally available; however, buyer is responsible for costs of preparing item for shipment and charges for loading vessel onto trailer or transport.
Description: 1983 46ft Cougar Aluminum V Bottom Offshore Race Boat is a liquidation. Vessel has undergone restoration over several years and is in very good condition. Finish maintains gloss with only a few chips and scratches. Aluminum hull has no damage. Large dual ram trim tabs. Cockpit is in good condition, seating shows some light wear on surface. She is powered by three 1000hp (each) Keith Eickert 500 cubic inch engines with PSI magnesium case blowers, EFI Technology fuel injection with Kinsler Race system, Stelling Marine exhaust systems, all engines run and operate properly, they have been rebuilt and have less than 1 hour run time reported and have been started monthly since completed. Three of the six fuel pumps are reportedly in need of replacement. 100 octane race fuel is necessary, all six fuel cells have recently had new foam installed, reported to be 100 gallon capacity each. SCS Crash box transmissions and #5 drives are also re built with only one sea trial on them, center drive is fixed mounted with no steering or trim, port and starboard drives are mounted on extension boxes with full hydraulic steering and trim. Four blade lab finished props are included. Trailer in pictures is included in auction.

This classic was originally owned by George Morales and raced under the name of “Maggies Mercruiser Special” which is still branded under the race faring. The boat was then sold to Al Copeland of Popeyes Offshore Race Team, it has raced from Miami to New York and numerous offshore races, has been driven by many movie stars and is reported to have the most wins of any race boat in offshore history. These 1000hp engines alone are valued at over $75,000 each.

Florida residents, please add 6% state sales tax. Short term storage is available after the 10 day grace period

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