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12 ft aluminum boat First $150 Takes it.

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1966 seaking 12 ft aluminum boat.

This is a light boat that would be great for getting back to those out of the way lakes. It would also make a nice little duck boat. The boat needs a little work to bring it back to being nice. I have taken several pictures so you can get an idea of what you might be getting. Here is a general condition report.

The seats will need to be painted and the Styrofoam blocks will need to be screwed back down to a couple of the seats. It was stored upside down most of its life and the blocks have dropped down.

I removed the wood from the back of the transom. It will need to be replaced with a piece of ½” green treated or use as is.

There is a dent in one of the rails on the boat.

The boat also comes with a set of oars and is licensed though the rest of this year. Pick up will be in St.Michael, MN or we can deliver for a small fee. Price is $200 or best offer.

Price reduced to 150.00 and I will throw in a new-size 35 6 ball bearing southbend 635A voltage spinning reel. Pictures available on request.

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Ten pictures on the way

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Pics please!!!!

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Boat has been sold

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