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Discussion in 'Classic Sea Rays' started by Andrewjbryant, Jun 13, 2021.
Can’t wait to get her on the water
1973 190 has a 302 In her
Very nice, Looks like it was kept in a time capsule,
Welcome to CSR and Sea Ray ownership.
Thank u I hope to learn a lot from this club I really love this boat and want to keep it in top top shape
ps where do I ask questions on the boat
Wow, beautiful boat! Best of luck.
Congrats! Very nice boat, that color is great.
Try looking through here: Classic Sea Rays | Club Sea Ray
And also post questions in the Sport Boat forum under the 190 thread.
Just about any question you may have will be answered post haste, Its always a good idea to do a quick search for your topic though as chances are most questions you may have have been addressed already. I have found though that this group is very tolerant of questions by newbies and happy to help where they can.
Nice, love the classics.
We went local bar restaurant last week. Some guy had this amazing 50’s Chris Craft all varnish mahogany boat, immaculate. Like new. You know them old runabouts with 2 seats up front, then the engine, then 2 seats in the back. So many folks looking at it. Freaking spotless like new.
Beautiful! My daughter would kill for that steering wheel... Yours reminds me of our first boat; a 1976 Carina with the venerable Merc I/O 165. That boat taught two generations how to ski.
Welcome from Idaho!
Thank you from indiana
I just looked at one basically identical to that Andrew... in storage for last 20 years, the interior was white, but otherwise same. $950 with trailer...
What questions have you??
Very nice looking boat. You're going to have a lot of fun with it.
Congratulations, That is a great looking boat that will only appreciate in value.
You got to it before I did. It was in WI right?
No it was in INdiana
She looks great, have a blast
Anyone interested in this one?
very cool congrats! Love the color!!