After many years of enjoyment and a plentiful amount of declined offers to purchase I have finally decided to sell my boat. I bought this bought from it's original owner in '06. This boat has served it's purpose and has served it well as I have not had one problem with it. I am very meticulous of my vehicles so I can assure you this boat, like all my vehicles, has received only the best treatment (Need proof? Notice the wheel weights. I'm probable one of a handful in the nation who is so OCD to have trailer wheels balanced.). I have always ran synthetic oil mixed in Shell 93 octane fuel with Sta-Bil Marine formula fuel stabilizer which is highly-rated to combat the effects of ethanol. I can assure you it will be extremely hard to find another 18 1/2 foot Tracker that is in this good of condition.
I'll list features of the boat that are not available in the pictures located in the link below. Email me about any questions the pictures don't answer.
The trailer was washed and waxed several times each year. All lights have been upgraded to LED. Tires were replaced spring of '11 and probably have >500 miles on them since this boat has spent it's time with me at Falls lake with the exception of being towed one time to Lake Wylie south of Charlotte. The hubs have grease fittings and have always used "Green grease" (do a google search if unfamiliar with it) synthetic marine grease. The trailer does have a "motor toter" or transom saver which I used every time. I installed new bunks last year as well. The boat comes with the installed Stiletto stainless-steel prop as well as the stock prop. There is a 360gph bilge pump that works but I've never had to use because the boat does not leak and simply does not take on water. Underneath the bench seat are the nav. and anchor lights which are mounted to the rear wall to prevent damage along with the front and rear seat pedestals. I added a depth finder to the front panel and mounted the transducer and water temp. sending unit on the bottom of the trolling motor. The trolling motor is a 12 volt 43# Motor Guide. The trolling and cranking battery were replaced last year. I have been on the water for 8 hours and have never drained the battery for the trolling motor nor wished I had a 24 volt motor. All gauges are functional. There are 2 rod lockers that will fit up to 7'6" rods. I also mounted 2 Rod savers on the front and 2 next to the passenger seat to secure the fishing rods while under way on the water.
The boat won't get you to your spot in a hurry. The fastest I saw by myself with tackle was 38mph verified by GPS. I wanted the speed to be known in case someone is wanting a pro bass boat because this isn't it. However, it does ride great and is a dry ride. Being the boat is larger than most Tracker boats it doesn't get pushed in normal winds and is a stable fishing platform.