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1976 IMP INCA Flybridge

Discussion in 'Marketplace' started by hankyou, Jul 14, 2010.

  1. hankyou
    Joined: Dec 2008
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    Location: Northern Michigan

    hankyou New Member

    I will have a 1976 IMP INCA 23ft 233hp Merc FLYBRIDGE for sale.

    I am in northern Michigan and there is no trailer.

    I love this boat but due to health problems, I am forced to sell.

    A few details:
    > It has been unused for 3 years (I hoped for a medical miracle)
    > It has been professionally winterized, launched, shrink wrapped, maintained yearly by a marina staff for at least 20 years.
    > Almost everything is original except the aft seats (they disintegrated). All other seats, engine cover, vinyl, windows, trim, paint, jellcoat, railings, etc is original.
    > outdrive replaced in 1985
    > new canvas 2001 (?)
    > FLYBRIDGE works but shift sticks and I don't use it. Steers fine and view is awesume (my favorite place in this world)
    > Has added swim platform, LAN-C/fishfinder combo, new horn, 2 batteries and perko switch, spare prop, all lights worked, good bilge pump and switch, working marine radio and antenna (but I broke the mount)
    > The last time I used it, I took the relatives tubing, and it performed flawlessly.

    I imagine it will need some work since it has been sitting on blocks in the marina. If you love IMP Inca's, this a jewel. I would NEVER sell it unless I had to, and would have used it the last three summers if I could have.

    I want to find someone that will use the boat for recreation and appreciate the design, manufacture and history of IMP's.

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