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Sold / Closed 1991 Penn Yan 245 Contender

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1991 Penn Yan 245


All new stringers, including the forward tank stringers/mounts and transom replaced by Clint at Sampson Marine in the fall of 2015.

All mechanical work at the time was done by Hank, including all new bellows, gimbal bearing, lower shift cable and what ever else was needed when the transom plate, engine and drive were reinstalled.


5.0L Fresh water cooled Mercruiser


15Hp low hr. (under  50) Honda kicker with trim/tilt, remote control, electric start with a Panther remote steering set-up. Mounted on a custom made stationary transom mount (transom was also built up thicker on the port side when it was done to accommodate the extra weight of the kicker. 


Lowrance HD8H


New Fish Hawk X-4


Simrad AP14 Auto Pilot


2 Cannon Mag 10's




Dual Batterys


New back drop canvas by John Mann


Plainer boards & Cannon reels set up on boat


New bottom paint


misc. Rods, reels & tackle go with it as well as some safety equipment


Tandem trailer with power winch


$17500  obo 






















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I had a chance to look this rig over and it's impressive. Basically completely rebuilt. It's a heck of a fishing platform that's for sure!

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curious, what pitch/diameter prop u running with that 5.0LX motor/alpha 1?  got a 94 255 Intruder that i trying to prop correctly.  


nice looking boat thou....

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Hey Art... What's the weight and beam on your Penn Yan? How many hours? 



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If I didn't have 2 kids in college this boat would be sold. I looked at it when my Islander was at Hank's this summer for repair and is is perfect. And I mean perfect.

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