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lindyman

'79 16ft Alumacraft fishing boat - 35hp Johnson - $1,500

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79 Alumacraft with 35hp Johnson. Motor is mid 80's. Starts and runs perfect. New flat floor and raised casting decks in boat. Single console. Side rod storage. 40lb stern mount minkota trolling motor (~4yrs old). Two batteries. Fish finder (~4yrs old). Shorlander trailer (some surface rust but works great). New LED trailer lights this year. Bearring Buddies. Spare trailer tire. Two anchors. Bilge pump (not permanently installed). Rubber coated net. Two adjustable pedistle seats (three seat mounts in boat).

$1500.

Located in Excelsior. I'll try to take some pics tonight if there is interest. You can email me at Imsponge@Yahoo.com

Thanks,

Ben

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Corey,

I've tried sending you email but it keeps giving me a failure notice. Could you try emailing me again? Do you have another email adress I could try?

Thanks,

Ben

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Looks like a really nice boat! If I had room to store another boat I would be all over it!

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i emailed you earlier to see if boat was still available..i will be out of town till sunday afternoon if you didnt get my email you can reach me at gofishingtom@clearwire.net very interested..

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Thanks for the interest, and help posting the pics. Boat was sold on Sunday.

Ben

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