SOLD! – 21′ Eliminator Eagle XP210 – 2008 – $24,500 – Seattle, WA
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SOLD! – 21′ Eliminator Eagle XP210 – 2008 – $24,500 – Seattle, WA

21' Eliminator

21′ Eliminator

Eliminator has been building the most coveted high powered fun-machines down in Mira Loma, California, for more than thirty years.

And we’ve got one of them right here … in your back yard!  Just REDUCED another $5,000 for Summer 2015 Sale  !!!

This Eagle 210 XP is in ‘like new’ condition, very clean and shows beautifully. She’s been fully detailed inside and out.  Beautiful white upholstery with black and gold inserts and trim, matching paint accents and insignia, and the hull finish sparkles.

She’s also got a brand new custom-painted trailer from Competitive in Los Angeles, built to fit this specific boat.  We had it shipped up here from Los Angeles on a flatbed = no highway miles.  Trailer has been in the freshwater one time to load the boat to it.  Dual axle, surge brakes, LED lights, seven blade connector, sharp looking alloy wheels with a locking spare, and not a single scratch on it.  Well, we did put five miles on the tires bringing it around to our storage area.

The 5.7 Vortec MerCruiser 260 with Alpha I outdrive have less than 75 hours since brand new.

See thirty-five photos of this fabulous boat and all engine details in the full specs section below.

OH!… and did we mention she’s fast?…and maybe 65+ mph on Lake Washington sounds like a real good way to spend a bright Seattle afternoon.

Call us now – you’ll love this boat!

Please call David Wallace at 206.225.3360 or Email Us to inspect this boat.

 


Photo Gallery: 21′ Eliminator Eagle 210 2008


 

Full Specs: 21′ Eliminator Eagle 210 2008

  • Year: 2008
  • Located in Seattle, WA
  • Hull Material: Fiberglass
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Single Gas

Engines

  • Engine 1:
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Gas/Petrol

Engine Details:

We have rebuilt the MerCruiser engine.  The 5.7 Vortec block had only fifty hours on it since new, but unfortunately a cracked head – apparently due to faulty casting – demanded a full rebuild.  It was an easy decision to ‘boost’ the engine once it was on the bench.  Power output is now close to 335 hp and the specs include:

  • Split duration roller cam
  • Balanced, blue printed
  • Ported and polished upgraded heads
  • Brand new Edelbrock RPM manifold and carburetor
  • March aluminum pulley system
  • The Alpha I outdrive was removed and fully serviced, which included:
  • Full service, fluids changed, filters cleaned
  • Brand new complete water pump kit
  • Complete zinc kit

History:

The boat was originally purchased by a very generous couple who wished to support a benefit sale through a large charitable event in California.  They purchased the Eliminator as a part of that benefit and the boat was shrink-wrapped and shipped new to South Carolina in 2008.  It was only used two or three times and then laid up due to an engine failure, being the result of a faulty head casting that allowed water to the block.  She was covered and placed on indoor rack storage for the next three years.

We brought the boat from Hilton Head to Seattle [along with another sailboat] using our own long haul truck and specially built lowboy boat transport trailer.  The engine was removed, completely disassembled and professionally rebuilt with new heads ported and polished, new four barrel carb, intake, cam, and other high performance parts for increased HP.  The engine has less than 75 hours on it since it was brand new – NOT since it was rebuilt.  In other words, now it’s better than new.  And … she’s all ready to go for your summer fun.

Disclaimer
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

 

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