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SOLD !!! FS Sylvan 18ft aluminum I/O boat, fixerupper SOLD !!!!!!

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1978 Sylvan 18ft aluminum boat, with Mercruiser 120hp I/O.

Boat hull is in excellent shape, interior needs fixed, floor is soft and needs a cleanup.

Motor runs but has 1 freeze crack on cylinder block and 1 on exhaust manifold side.

Many people have them welded with success, you decide what to do.

Trailer is very nice, good tires and bearings, all lights work, you can tow it anywhere with no problem.

This will not be a tough project, just a little work and you can have it running in no time. Excellent Lake Superior or Lake Michigan boat.

$ 1350 or best offer.

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