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  • 1992 MasterCraft ProStar 190

    Hello, What's a fair price?
    I've owned my '92 ProStar for 14 years.
    Hours: 369 hours
    Engine: Indmar/Ford 351, 285 HP
    Heater, Hot water shower
    Trailer: TI Tandem Axle trailer w/ hydraulic surge brakes
    Modified/Removable Tongue/Trailer
    Radio/CD Player

    Always Garaged & kept indoors / Very Clean / Only flaw is a portion of carpet is stained and the speedometers are currently inop....clogged?


    I've owned this boat for 14 years, bought it in 2000 w/ approx 115 hours from my buddy in the squadron after skiing on it for 2 yrs w/ him. Low hours are due to many summers deployed (19 yrs active duty military). With family & kid now, we've outgrown the boat and it's time to sell and upgrade to something larger. I will miss this incredible slalom wake of the '92 hull design! It's been a great boat. Just wondering what is a fair price?
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    Sold my 92 last fall with around 600 hours and in good condition, but not the condition yours is in for $9500. I am in the MidWest (Ohio) and the market here is strong for MC's, not sure what the market is like on the west coast. I would say given it's spring, very low hours and the condition of yours I would list it for around $12k and see what happens.
    2008 Prostar 197

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    • #3
      A ski buddy of mine needs to get a boat , so he can stop bumming rides ! Ha ha. This boat would be perfect. I'll let him know about this one. Where you located, hopefully sacramento area?

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      • #4
        A real gem.

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        • #5
          I am in AZ. Looking for another boat. Where are you located? I am also looking at a 93 in Oregon that is in similar, if better shape.

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          • #6
            Thx! The boat is in the Sacramento area.

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            • #7
              North outskirts of town in the suburbs.

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              • #8
                Wish it was here in Canada


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                • #9
                  Originally posted by 92 190 PS View Post
                  Sold my 92 last fall with around 600 hours and in good condition, but not the condition yours is in for $9500. I am in the MidWest (Ohio) and the market here is strong for MC's, not sure what the market is like on the west coast. I would say given it's spring, very low hours and the condition of yours I would list it for around $12k and see what happens.
                  ^ Hit the nail on the head right there......nice boat BTW
                  I was njskier on here.

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                  • #10
                    I hope you get north of 10k as the owner of a 91 in not as nice of condition as yours. Here in Northern Cal I think the market for 190's in small. Everyone here is looking for wake boat or V drive. I don't think the true ski boat market is very big in Northern California, but I hope I'm wrong.

                    Please keep us posted on the sale I would like to know for my market value.

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                    • #11
                      God damn this boat is beautiful!!!! I wish I had the money!! Keep it a active duty boat
                      No boat.. Looking tho..

                      US COAST GUARD!!

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by 98 Saleen Cobra View Post
                        God damn this boat is beautiful!!!! I wish I had the money!! Keep it a active duty boat
                        Sell ur Cobra...problem solved

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                        • #13
                          So far, I've had a couple bites, but mostly all low ball offers. I have it listed for $12,500.

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                          • #14
                            It's kind of tough to get top dollar for a closed bow ski boat in California. Try getting some advertising around some of the ski lakes that have size limits. About 3 years ago, I ended up selling my Prostar to a guy that just bought into a ski lake. Like most Californians with families, I ended up with a open bow (still a Mastercraft though!!!).

                            Oh yeah, my 1997 Prostar 190 was a LT1 Powerslot with about 650 hours, needed to sell kind of quick because I already bought the next boat. Wasn't as clean as yours, but had to dump it for less than you are asking. Of course I got a good deal on my current boat, so that eased the pain. Wish I knew about this site, might have gotten someone that really appreciated the boat.

                            Good luck!

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                            • #15
                              It will be a tough sell at that price. But if your in no hurry may as well see if someone will bite.

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