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SOLD!!! 1991 Starcraft 19.5ft Deep V aluminum boat, easy repair SOLD !!!!

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1991 Starcraft 19.5ft aluminum deep V boat with 195hp Mercruiser 4.3 V6 inboard/outboard motor.

Boat was involved in a storm, windshield was knocked off by canopy while on lift, interior needs seats, and a good cleanup, but floor is solid with NO soft spots.

Hull is very good, no leaks, dents, bruises, etc, it's a very deep V design for big water, approx 7.5ft beam.

Motor is a Mercruiser 4.3l V6 with Alpha outdrive, it has 611 hours and looks very clean, I cannot get starter to engage, I will work on this shortly, but I guarantee (in writing) motor runs very well, no cracks, leaks, etc.

Outdrive is solid, has good oil (not milky or contaminated), propeller looks in good conditions.

I have added a NEW windshield, but it doesn't fit as well as I though, I have several others available, when you pickup boat you can choose which one you like, it will be included with price of boat, in fact if you don't haggle price much I will add a second one so you can choose which one you like when you install them.

THERE IS NO TRAILER WITH THIS BOAT !!!! I also don't have any to add to this sale, you will have to provide your own, I will help loading with heavy equipment.

Price at $ 2800 obo, email for more pictures

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price reduced to $ 2500

Anybody looking for an easy winter project ?

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SOLD !!!!!!!!!!

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