1972 Sea Ray Srv 190 I/o

Listing ID1331194
Sale Price$6,700 USD [ Convert To CAD ]
Category Antique and Classic Boats
Make Sea Ray
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ModelSRV 190 I/O
Located Milledgeville, Georgia, US
Length2ft / 0.61 m
Engine MakeMercruiser
Engine Model165
Engine HP1650

From original 1972 Sea Ray spec book-

SRV 190 - Outstanding Features:  Stainless steel safety bow rails, Bow and stern eyes, Running lights, Complete deck hardware, Heavy-duty mechanical steering with wood-grain wheel, Welded aluminum anodized safetyglass walk-thru windshield, Custom dash features recessed instrumentation including electric fuel gauge, Extra large glove box, Back-to-back bucket seats convert into sunbather bunks, Carpeted custom interior, 18 gallon fuel supply, Floor storage area accommodates anchor, skis and poles, Stern seats with insulated ice-chests underneath, Foam flotation.

Additional features on stern-drive models: White vinyl top which stores aft when not in use, Speedometer, Panel mount throttle and shift control, Solex glass in windshield, Electric blower, Electric bilge pump, Soundproof insulated engine compartment, Custom styled ventilation system

Optional Items: White vinyl top (outboard models only), Side curtains, Aft curtains, Single trumpet electric horn, Spotlight, Windshield wipers, 30 gallon fuel supply, Mooring cover

Power Options: Stern-drives -120-245 horsepower MerCruiser or OMC. Berkeley packajet 455-2.


This boat is a beautiful classic from back in the day.  This boat is a 1972 SRV 190 I/O that has been restored.  Interior and upholstery are in wonderful condition.  This boat has the reliable Mercruiser 165 inboard motor. Boat comes with onboard battery charger.  Trailer is included.  A universal fit mooring cover comes with this boat.

DisclaimerThe 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.