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    1982 shamrock 260 cuddy for sale.
    37 hrs on repower. Vortec 5.7 chevy power with rebuilt gear
    new top fabric and curtains. Prop just worked and new cutlass bearing.
    New simrad gps and icom vhf
    all new bilge and washdown pumps. New blower.
    Added bait station as motor cover.
    Newer drop spindle trailer, new bunks and rollers with
    new tires and bearings.
    All the work has been done by me with the knowledge of jerry anderson.
    Asking- $16,500 obro.
    Call me with any questions and i can send more recent pictures
    brian duke
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  • #2
    Brian is a good friend of mine and I know the boat. It needs nothing and Brian takes it 60 miles offshore. Any good guy that wants to ask me a question, you got my number. With the options it has, it would be a Predator.
    1988 26' cuddy
    1975 20' open
    16' Sandpiper
    14' Certified Fiberglass


    • #3
      Thanks Jerry for the helping hand trying to sell. We have just dropped the price to $15,950. We have two work trucks down, one transmission and a blown motor so our Shamrock days have to wait again. Just as the first one we bought from you when i get work straightened out I will be looking another one.
      I have had a lot of intrest in the boat but no one has shown up to take her home yet.
      Thank god I finally found the trailer title, so I do have clear title for boat and the trailer that I just bought.


      • #4
        I hope this doesnt start anything crazy, but for the ones that dont know, Chevy power is the way to go. This is my second 26 and the vortec 350 is stronger, faster, and more economical than the Ford 351. I repowered both boats and the chevy is by far the way to go. Just a little food for thought if repower is in your future.
        I went 163 miles on Keel-N-Em for a days fishing trip on 48 gallons of gas. Cruised about 3200 to 3400 rpm at 22 to 24 mph staying out of the four barrels for over 120 miles to the fishing grounds and back and trolled all day. The engine was never shut off. AMAZING economy in comparison.
        Ask Quick Fix. He just repowered to Chevy and his economy and speed is better.


        • #5
          Well not to start anything either I have found it's even more economical,easier and less time involved to just go buy fish. Good luck on the sale, did you post it on FaceBook as well?


          • #6
            lol. Buying fish is cheaper but not near the fun I do have it listed on Marketplace with more pictures as well Thanks