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'73 Evinrude 18hp

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I have the motor listed in the subject. I spent a lot of time wrenching on it and got it running pretty good.

New impeller,

rebuilt Lower Unit,

fuel pump with only some test hours on it

rebuilt Carburetor.

New fuel hoses. Internal not from the tank to the motor.

This spring I had a problem that made me decide to quit wrenching and buy a motor I could fish with. So I bought an '83 Evinrude 15hp. Turns out the problem with the 18 was a pinhole leak in the bulb on the fuel line.

My question is this,What is a fair price for the 18hp?

I am not a pro mechanic so the hours into the labor on the motor are not factored into the price as far as I am concerned.

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$300-$400. But, you never know who might come along...

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