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2000 Crestliner 172 Tournament Series - PRICE REDUCED

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For Sale:

2000 Crestliner 172 Tournament Series.

2000 115hp Johnson 2-stroke with stainless steel Rapture prop 2002 8hp Yamaha 4-stroke with remote controls 2007 80lb 24 volt Minn Kota Maxxum Pro with Universal Sonar 2 Lowrance x67c Hummingbird 565 2 Baitwells 2 Livewells Rod Locker All new batteries 3 Seats Spare windshield Cover

Shorelander roller trailer with good tires

$12,900

See pics below:

http://picasaweb.google.com/jkrobran/BoatPics

Email me at jkrobran@msn.com or call 612-598-5975

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that is pretty much the boat i strive to own one day. good looking vessel, just not in my ballpark yet. good luck, and im sure you will sell.

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Sounds cheap to me! I will tell a few friends.

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Thanks guys, I appreciate the help! I absolutely love the boat, but I have a new addition to the family and now I have no time to use it.

As a side note, the Johnson is one of the best starting 2-strokes I've seen for that era. Rare is the time when I have to turn the key more than once.

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I know the boat and the owner and I have to endorse this sale.

This boat is excellent !!!

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Boat has been SOLD.

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Why would you sell it so cheap if you just put new stuff on it? I know a guy that sold the same boat for 13,200 with the same stuff on it

later cuz

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Because I know I can borrow my cousin's boat ANYTIME I WANT!

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