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Old 02-21-2017, 10:16 PM   #1
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I bought a 1992 Maxum 19'6" bowrider the fall of last year.
By the time I actually had it in my driveway the weather started to get cold so I had it winterized and am now waiting for Spring.
It is a "project" boat (mostly cosmetics) and the engine runs well. Now i'm getting it insured and need the model number. From everything I've seen it could be a 1950SR, 1950SRB, 2000SR, 2000SRB, or an 801P.
I have no clue which is correct.
The hull id number is USHAB1MzK192
I would appreciate any help with this.
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Go to the Documents tab of this site and you can find the owners manual for 92' runabouts.
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Old 02-22-2017, 01:41 PM   #3
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USHAB1MzK192

MIC: USH = Bayliner*

* The MIC is technically for the manufacturing facility. Brunswick would need to get seperate MIC's for each make made in that plant. Often you'll find older Maxum's made in Bayliner plants with a Bayliner MIC.

Serial #: AB1

Serial # Model ID: Mz = 1950SRB

Date Of Manufacture: K1 = Nov. 1991

Model Year: 92 = 1992


I technically had to pull the Serial # Model ID from the 1993 manufacture year.

1993: MZ = 1950SRB
1994: MZ = 2000SRB

I don't have a reference for 1992. It certainly wouldn't bounce from 2000 to 1950 to 2000 again. Since the boat is 19' 6", I'll assume it was still a 1950 model in 1992. The MZ designation seems to be consistently with the 'SRB'.

That's probably close enough for government work for a 25 YO model.
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Thanks for the information.
I thought this might be the best place to ask that question.
Now as soon as the weather warms up I can unwrap the boat, give it a good cleaning and begin working on some of the little this I want to fix and add to the boat.
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