Greetings to everyone. My ticket to entry is a 1983 Sea Ray 207 Runabout. My father bought it in the early 1990s and decided to pass it to me (this way, he can still see it but doesn't pay for the maintenance anymore!). The engine is a Merc 228 original. Unfortunately there is no hour meter, but it has been treated like a baby since my dad got it and runs very nice. Some of the upholstery and covers have been re-done over the years and it got a rebuilt Alpha drive some years ago. Overall very nice condition - I would repower in a heartbeat if this engine gives out. My ambitious plans are to continue with re-upholstering and carpet, maybe a major hull buffing and re-striping. I love this boat because of the hull shape. It has a higher cruiser-type freeboard, which is very comfortable for family use. For example, if you sit in the open bow, you feel enclosed by the hull and not exposed like on low-cut hulls.