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ALUMACRAFT V14 *SOLD*

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FOR SALE:

1995 ALUMACRAFT V14

Two newer Swivel Seats

Two Oars

Extra Bearing Buddy

1993 SHORELAND’R ROLLER TRAILER with SPARE TIRE and BUNK GUIDE-ONS

This deep boat and trailer are rock solid and very dependable. Boat has always been stored in my garage with cover on and the trailer bearings have been checked and regreased each fall. Add your own motor and you’re ready to go! $950 for all. Email me at laketroutjay17@yahoo.com if interested.

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That's a heck of a deal! If I hadn't picked up a boat recently, I'd be all over this one. I've seen early 70's model boats alone go for more then you're asking.

Good luck!

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Folks this is a fantastic deal. I have fished out of this exact setup for 10 years with a 15hp hanging on it, and its the perfect boat for pulling if you dont have a truck. I pull with a 4 cylander subaru, and you dont even notice its there. Ive been on lakes with waves twice the size of what I should have been on, and Im still here.

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Thanks for the nice reviews guys. By the way, I don't know either one of these folks. (Seriously!) I agree that this boat will take the waves. I've been in some scary waves on Rainy and Leech, but this boat kept me safe as long as I went slow. If anyone wants to start a bidding war, I'm ready! I have two prospective buyers at the moment...

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This boat is sold.

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John, thank you the boat is awesome, it towed easily coming home, didn't really notice it back there, except when going through those cement guard rails...just got nervous through there with all the curves and bumps. Any way thanks again, I know it is perfect for the boys and I.

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