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  • 2007 X-Star Saltwater Series

    Hi Guys,

    We bought our 07 Xstar SS in October last year. She's been fantastic, but I've got the bug to pick up something newer with a bigger wake and some more bells and whistles. Figured I'd offer it to TT first.

    The service record is up to date, and I'm getting another full season service this week. South Florida Mastercraft did the inspection when I bought it. We put 50 hours on it very quickly, so I sent it to get it serviced again by our local MC dealer, Action Water Sports. Given that it's a 13 year-old inboard, I told them to repair/replace absolutely everything that they even remotely considered it would need any time soon. Total R/R so far has been north of $15k.

    Interior upholstery in decent condition. Engine cover upholstery has some cracks. Hull and trailer wheel fenders freshly compounded and waxed. Original matching trailer and cover. We recently had the trailer serviced as well. Comes with a spare propeller. Some of the pictures have the old black swim platform pad, but I recently put on a new gray OEM one.

    - 2007 Mastercraft Xstar SS Saltwater Series
    - Crusader Captain's Choice 6.0L Engine (GM Vortec 6000)
    - 400 Horsepower
    - Saltwater-rated
    - 290hrs (will probably go up)
    - Two owners
    - Professionally serviced by certified MC Dealers (South Florida Marine 2007-2019, and Action Water Sports 2019-2020)

    Recently fully serviced/upgraded (Oct 2019 & March 2020) with the following ($15k+ total parts/labor)
    - New Fuel Injectors (Feb 2020)
    - New Blower (Feb 2020)
    - New Stern Ballast Pumps (Feb 2020)
    - New Shaft Packing (Feb 2020)
    - New Alternator (Feb 2020)
    - New Starter (Feb 2020)
    - New Belts (Feb 2020)
    - New Stern Zinc (Feb 2020)
    - Fuel Tank Clean-out (Feb 2020)
    - Tach Module (Oct 2019)
    - New Potentiometer (March 2020)
    - New Throttle Body (Oct 2019)
    - New Trailer Lights and Electrical Wiring (Oct 2019)
    - 4 New Trailer Tires+Spare, and trailer service (Oct 2019)

    Upgraded Features:
    - StarGazer Perfect Pass Cruise Control
    - Fly-High Plug and Play Ballast System (2 extra bags in the stern, 2 in the bow; adds an additional 1,900lbs of ballast, for a total of ~2,900lbs with all 7 bags)
    - Upgraded 400hp Saltwater Series Engine
    - Z5 Performance Sport-Rack Bimini Top
    - Full Color, Mounted Garmin GPS Navigation (paired with with StarGazer PerfectPass)
    - 2 Tower Lights
    - Matching Fiberglass Swim/Boarding Platform
    - Matching Tandem Axle Trailer (New tires plus spare and new electric wiring, Oct 2019)
    - GUEST ChargerPRO 10amp Installed On-board Battery Trickle Charger

    Saltwater Series Features:
    - Hydraulic Steering
    - Marelon Non-Corrosive Thru-Hull Fittings
    - Sealed Waterproof Wiring
    - Stainless Steel Shocks, Fasteners, Windshield, and Stantions
    - Upgraded Zinc Anodes
    - Self-bailing cockpit with Scuppers
    - Fresh Water Engine Flush Kit

    Standard Features:
    - Stock Ballast System (250lbs Port, 250lbs Starboard, 500lbs Center -- In addition to the FlyHigh PnP)
    - Towable Boat Cover
    - 2 Built-in Swivel Clamping Wakeboard Racks (holds 2 boards each)
    - Clarion Head-Unit, JL Audio AM/FM/Aux/CD Stereo System with 8 JL speakers, plus 1 JL Subwoofer, including 2 JL Tower Projection Speakers
    - LCD Display (Depth, Hour Meter, Water Temp, Alarm Messages)
    - Bolster Seat
    - Tower Mirror Mount
    - ZeroFlex Flyer Tower
    - 4-Blade 14x14.5 OJ Propeller (+additional spare 14.75x17.5 - 4-blade prop)
    - Stainless Exhaust Tips
    - Walk-thru Billet Door

    Asking $40k. Located in Sunny St. Petersburg, Florida/Tampa Bay.
    Attached Files

  • #2
    Great looking boat. Shot you a PM.


    • #3
      Awesome! I’ll message more pictures. Thank you!


      • #4
        Contact me with any questions. My cell is 727-510-1887.