2003 Eliminator 300 XP Eagle For Sale

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Stock #074082 -
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Boat Details

Year:
2003
Type:
Power
Brand:
Eliminator
Category:
High Performance
Model:
300 XP Eagle
Length (LOA):
29' 1" (8.86m)
Beam:
8' 6"
Draft:
36"
Trailer:
2003 Extreme Custom Triple Axle
Stock #:
074082
Location:
Swayzee, Indiana
Status:
Available
Engine Details
Count:
2
Year:
2003
Brand:
Mercruiser
Model:
496 MAG HO
Size (each):
425 hp
Hours:
272 (as of 6/22/2015)
Fuel Type:
Gasoline
"LIKE NEW CONDITION!!! TWIN 496 HO! W/TRAILER!!"

**** 2003 Eliminator 300 Eagle XP ****

Arrive in style and class....FAST!!

*** She cruises nicely at 38mph @ 3000 rpm...top speed with seller of 85mph ...and she had more in her!!

* Twin 496 H.O.s
* 290 HOURS!!!!!
* Teague Cold Air Intakes
* 28/4 blade props that ha...more

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2003 Eliminator 300 XP Eagle High Performance in Swayzee, Indiana

Stock #074082

Although located in Canada, due to Canadian regulations, this boat is not available for sale to potential buyers in Canada.

**** 2003 Eliminator 300 Eagle XP ****

Arrive in style and class....FAST!!

*** She cruises nicely at 38mph @ 3000 rpm...top speed with seller of 85mph ...and she had more in her!!

* Twin 496 H.O.s
* 290 HOURS!!!!!
* Teague Cold Air Intakes
* 28/4 blade props that have been balanced and blue printed.
* Twin Hydraulic Steering
* Stepped hull
* Refrigerator and sink in cabin
* Snap-in carpet
* Anodized gauges and details
* Triple axle, chrome wheel, Extreme Custom trailer
* Snap on cockpit cover
* Full road cover
* Easy access gauge panel
* Quality - Quality - Quality
***
Below is a bit about the History of Eliminator Boats

http://eliminatorboat.com/history

HISTORY

If you tried to imagine the most unlikely profile for success in the west coast custom high performance boat business you might start with something like a Michigan native working for cereal giant Kellogg's as a sales rep. But that's how the Eliminator Boats forty-year ascent to the pinnacle of the performance marine industry began.

In the late 1950s a then teenaged Bob Leach hitch-hiked his way out of the Saginaw snow and into Southern California sunshine with $50 in his wallet. After working at several different professions, Bob discovered boating as a much enjoyed diversion from his daily routine. Toward the latter part of the1960s, Bob and brothers Bill and George Verkamp teamed up to build a flatbottom SK boat. The hull was fiberglass and the deck was custom handcrafted wood. The finished product was such a hit that people wanted to buy one just like it. The salesman in Bob immediately recognized that a business opportunity was blossoming. The Verkamps decided to remain firefighters while Bob found an empty gas station in Huntington Park, California that soon became Eliminator's first official home in 1969.

"The first couple of years in business were a real struggle," recalls Bob. "We'd finish a boat and then hope that another customer wouldn't be too far behind. We did some flatbottoms but the jet boat business was really booming so we added an 18-foot semi-vee hull to the mix and that did pretty good for awhile."

What Bob, or anyone else in the marine industry didn't foresee, however, was the looming national energy crisis of late 1973. "It seemed like it happened overnight," said Bob. "When people can't get gasoline for their automobiles, the interest in buying a new boat dries up pretty quick. It was especially hard on the jet boat industry."

With tenacity and innovation, however, Eliminator made it through. Bob's saving grace was his idea for a very new and quite revolutionary different kind of performance boat. The concept was an air-entrapment modified tunnel that was originally intended for the jet boat market. "I contacted race boat designer Ron Ehde to build me a scale model," remembers Bob. "It was a little bit hydroplane, a little bit catamaran and a little bit vee-hull. Basically it was a tunnel hull with two full-length outer sponsons and a center pod. Once I saw the scale model I knew we had something. It was gorgeous and totally different from anything else on the market."

In late 1974 the 19 Daytona with its unmistakable picklefork bow debuted. The first time it went to the water it performed flawlessly, even better than anticipated. "It totally changed the jet boat market," comments Bob. "In contrast to conventional vee-hulls that got difficult to handle at high speed, the Daytona was steady as a rock and faster too. At the drag races it became the first jet boat over the 100 mile an hour mark. Once the word got around, we couldn't build them fast enough."

Largely because of the success of the 19 Daytona, Eliminator re-located to a new 25,000 square foot facility in Anaheim, California, adjacent to the busy 91 Riverside Freeway. Two years later in 1976, Mercury and OMC (Johnson and Evinrude) introduced the first V-6 200 horsepower outboards. Within months both the 19 and 21 Daytona models were fitted with outboard transom brackets and Eliminator was on top of a totally new emerging performance marketplace. The Mod VP class instantly became the most popular outboard racing class in APBA and Eliminator Daytonas were setting more records and winning championships all across the country. It was the 19 Daytona that became the first Mod VP boat to officially exceed the 100 mile per hour mark in competition.

In 1979, the country's second energy crisis slowed the boating industry to an almost standstill. Eliminator again weathered the economic downturn and emerged even stronger in the early 1980s, broadening its line of models to include Daytonas from 19 to 27 feet and a number of new vee-bottom daycruisers and bowrider sportboats. By now, the Eliminator reputation for incredible multi-color gelcoat graphics, exceptional quality and race-proven performance was routinely being recognized by leading performance publications like Powerboat and Hot Boat Magazines with awards and accolades.

The late 1980s was another renaissance period for Eliminator. The factory headquarters had now moved to a larger Mira Loma, California facility with even greater freeway exposure. In order to remain on the cutting-edge of performance technology, Eliminator was one of the first to introduce the step-vee design to its production models. Reminiscent of how the first Daytona performed the first-time off-the-trailer, the 250 Eagle XP astounded everyone when it clocked 80 miles an hour with a stock MerCruiser 502/415 HP package.

For the next ten years, Eliminator focused its attention on debuting larger and consistently more innovative models. In the mid-1990s came ICC, the use of integrated cockpit canopies on select Daytona and Eagle XP series models, the first in the industry to do so. In offshore racing, Eliminator demonstrated that its Daytona design was as comfortable in ocean as it was on a lake or river winning both national and world offshore racing F-3 class championships. In 2005, Eliminator dazzled the Los Angeles Boat Show audience with its debut of the 36 Daytona Coupe, the first enclosed cockpit high performance pleasure boat with removable T-Top panels. A year later, Eliminator inked a partnership relationship with the prestigious Daytona International Speedway, becoming the first boat manufacturer to enter the world of primetime motorsports. Eliminator Daytonas are now recognized as "The Official High Performance Recreational Power Boat of the Daytona International Speedway" appearing on site at such events as the DAYTONA 500 and the Auto Club 500 at the Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, California. Most recently, Eliminator expanded its Eagle XP line by obtaining the exclusive rights to build the 43 Scarab vee-bottom model from creator Larry Smith. Called the 430 Eagle XP, the boat is a combination of Scarab ventilated step-vee technology with a totally new sculpted deck to Eliminator standards. Powered by a pair of 1075 SCi Mercury Racing engines and twin Number Six Drives, the 430 is a force to be reckoned with on the national poker run circuit with speeds upward of 130 miles an hour.

Present day, Eliminator continues to be the largest performance boat builder in the western United States. Its growth has recently prompted another re-location, this time to Perris, California in Riverside County where Eliminator has developed an entire industrial park including a 100,000 square foot state-of-the-art manufacturing/showroom facility with over 100 full-time employees, a 400+ unit indoor boat/RV/trailer storage complex and numerous commercial buildings. Eliminator product is also represented by a network of dealers worldwide specializing in marine performance.

"If it was just about making money, this business would have never been this successful," says Bob. "I know it's hard to believe, but I'm just as enthused today about taking a new model to the water and testing it as I was forty years ago. And I know that everyone here at Eliminator feels the same way. The only difference is we now do things on a little bigger scale."

Information On Condition

**** 2003 Eliminator 300 Eagle XP ****

Owner states vessel to be in very good shape.

* Stored in Barn, never in the water

**** Fresh Water ONLY!!! ****

Annual synthetic oil and synthetic drive oil and filter changes.

Boat and trailer wiped after each use and waxed yearly.

*** Field Reps Notes. I have been
around boats for the best part of 50 years (RYA Yachtmaster & Ship Watch-keeping qualifications etc) In all that time I have never seen a boat in better condition than this one, bar none, new or used

Approximate boat location: Swayzee, Indiana

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Basic Details
Year:
2003
Type:
Power
Brand:
Eliminator
Category:
High Performance
Model:
300 XP Eagle
Length (LOA):
29' 1" (8.86m)
Hours:
272
(as of 6/22/2015)
(Fresh Water, Well Maintained all original)
Stock #:
074082
Location:
Swayzee, Indiana
Engine & MechanicalMech.
Count:
2
Year:
2003
Brand:
Mercruiser
Model:
496 MAG HO
Hours:
272
(as of 6/22/2015)
(Fresh Water, Well Maintained all original)
Size (each):
425 hp
Fuel Type:
Gasoline
Fuel Tank:
100 gals
Propeller:
Stainless Steel
Cruising Speed:
38 mph
Maximum Speed:
85 mph
Drive Make:
IMCO
Drive Type:
Stern Drive
Config.:
Inboard/Outboard
Heat Exchanger:
Custom Paint Trailer:
Pop Up Cleats:
Trailing Cover:
Trim Tabs:
Water Pump:
Bilge Pump:
Engine Alarms:
Engine Compartment:
Fuel Injected:
Propulsion:
Twin Merc 496 Ho's
Exhaust:
Thru-hull, Exhaust Flaps Can Be Open Or Shut For Quieter Use.
Steering:
Hydraulic
Composite Construction:
Fiberglass
Starting Type:
Electronic
Cooling System:
CLOSED COOLING SYSTEM!!!!
Engine Location:
AFT, Under Swim Pad
Engine Cylinders:
8 (x2))
Water Tanks:
15 Gal
Dimensions & Specifications & Specs
Length Overall:
29' 1"
Beam:
8' 6"
Min. Draft:
36"
Weight:
5,800 lbs
Water Capacity:
15 gals
NavigationalNav. Equipment
FM Radio:
Fuel Gauge:
Navigation Lights:
Speedometer:
Depth Instrument:
Deck Features
Porto Potti:
Pop-up Cleats:
Beverage Holders:
Boat Cover:
Bolster Seat:
Chrome Cleats:
Cockpit Cover:
Courtesy Lights:
Full Cover:
Rub Rails:
Steering Wheel:
Sun Pad:
Swim Ladder:
Swim Platform:
Integrated
Safety EquipmentEquip.
Dock Lines:
Fume Detector:
Bright Cockpit Lighting:
Fire Extinguisher:
Fire Suppression System:
Fenders:
Color Matched
ElectricalElec. Components
Circuit Breaker Panel:
Cockpit Lighting:
Fuel Gauge:
Fuse Panel:
Gauges:
Hour Meter:
Ship's Power (12v DC):
CD Player:
Engine Room Lighting:
Horn:
Night Lighting:
Oil Pressure Gauge:
Trim Indicator:
Volt Meter:
ABYC Color Coded Wiring:
Accessory Switches:
Speedometer:
Stereo:
Tachometer:
Speakers:
Kicker
Electric Engine Hatch:
Hydraulic
Battery Location:
Below Bench Seat
Battery Switch:
Below Bench Seat
Battery:
3 (1 House, 2 Starting)
Alternator:
2
Trailer IncludedIncl.
Included:
Yes
Year:
2003
Make:
Extreme Custom
Model:
Triple Axle
Material:
Steel
# Axles:
3
Brake Type:
Disc - Electric
Spare Tire:
Yes
Breakaway Hitch:
No
Our company makes no claim of road worthiness of trailer. If not maintained adequately, it may not be fit for travel. We recommend a thorough inspection prior to purchase.
Accommodations & Passengers
Pass. Capacity:
8
# Cabins:
1
Sleep. Capacity:
4
# Berths:
3
Generator:
No
Air Conditioning:
No
Berth:
Cabin Lighting:
Carpet:
Drink Holders:
Fridge:
Pressurized Water:
Pressurized Water System:
ConstructionConst. Features
Designer:
Eliminator Boats
Hull Material:
Fiberglass
Hull Shape:
Stepped Vee
Exterior Color:
White W/red/yell Graphics
Interior Color:
White, Red, Yellow
Anchor:
Stored Inside:
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