1988 Mach 1 2350 Condor


Walnutport, PA

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Class Power
Category High Performance Boats
Year 1988
Make Mach 1
Length 22'
Propulsion Type Single Inboard
Hull Material Fiberglass
Fuel Type Gas
Location Walnutport, PA


Pressure water Sink

Comfortable bunk in cuddy


Mechanical Equipment

22' 4" long plus an 18" teak swim platform, 8' beam

454 Magnum/7.4L

Bravo 1 drive

Anti-freeze in the engine with a heat exchanger

Land-n-Sea Stern Jack

Gil "Swirl Tip" exhaust outlets (much more mellow than std. open thru hull)

Bilge blower

bilge pump

Additional Equipment


2 Batteries w/1-2 switch

All original lighting and switches work

VHF Radio

Depth finder

AM/FM Cassette radio


Deck Gear

2 anchors

Wood swim platform with ladder

Full cover and a cockpit cover

Bimini Top

Orig. running cover w/side curtains and aft cover

Total Power
420.0 hp
Speed and Distance
Cruising Speed
Max Speed
Nominal Length
Length Overall
Fuel Tank Capacity
Fresh Water Tank Capacity
Engine Model 454 Magnum
Total Power 420hp
Engine Hours 311
Engine Type Single Inboard
Fuel Type Gas
HIN FL153176L788
Hull Shape Other
1988 Mach 1 2350 Condor

1988 MACH 1  2350 Condor 

I am the original owner.  The boat has been meticulously maintained and cared for since new.  I use Poliglow on the hull to give it the shine.  The engine is a "454 Magnum" (7.4L)  The engine was rebuilt with a new block in 2002.  It has 311 hrs. since the rebuild.  E-Z Loader trailer included.  Amsoil Synthetic engine oil, lower unit oil and grease always used.  I have always been meticulous with the servicing and tuning of this boat and engine.  Enormous amount of storage for a boat this size.  A large cockpit for a boat of this size - note the photo of the table set up in the cockpit.  Very versatile:  powerful and sporty to zip around, comfortable sleeping cutty and a porta-potty for overnighting, full height windshield and top for rainy days or rainy nights in a slip, bimini for sunny days (conveniently stored on board), and a full cover for normal storage.  Mach 1 had a reputation for building a very good boat; the deck top is fiber-glassed to the hull (not just screwed like most), the stringers are fiberglass, and good quality carpeting, vinyl, and hardware.

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