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Old 04-13-2011, 03:22 AM   #1

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I'm looking to buy a 2007 SX19 Bowrider with a 4.3L Mercruiser motor. Going for a test drive tomorrow and possibly make the purchase for $12k. Seems like a pretty good deal and the Mariah's seem to have a lot more space than some other similar priced boats. I've also got an opportunity to get a Stingray 185 which is a bit smaller boat, but same price. I've been researching on the internet but seems hard to find reviews on any used boats. I'm concerned about the change in who is making the Mariahs and availability of parts and support. Any thoughts?
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    The '07 is from Sea Fox, the new maker. There shouldn't be any more problems than any other boat, currently in production, as far as finding parts for it.
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    Default Re: 2007 SX19 Bowrider

    Well, took her for a test run today and fell in love. Going to the bank tomorrow to do the deal.
    I can't wait to take her out for the first time hopefully this Friday. I'm sure I will have many questions as time goes on. Here are some pictures.
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    Welcome aboard! I used to own a Stingray 180. It was a nice boat but the Mariah was a definite step up. As Dredd pointed out, its one of the new versions so parts & reliability shouldn't be much of an issue for you.
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