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Walleye Guy

1987 Starcraft FM160 with 1991 90 HP Mercury outboard

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1987 Starcraft FM160

The boat's exterior is blue and white. The interior has blue carpeting

Side console boat

3 swivel pedestal fishing chairs

1 swivel driver chair

None of the chairs are original. I replaced them all a few years ago when the original chairs started breaking down. The replacement chairs are in great condition

MinnKota 765MX bow mount trolling motor

MinnKota deckhand electric anchor mounted on the bow

AM/FM Cassette stereo with 4 speakers

Garmin 240 LCD graph on a Johnny Ray mount with speed and temperature sensor (There is also and extra (not installed) transducer included)

Two six gallon tanks that fit under rear splash well.

Large Aerated livewell in the boat

Bilge pump

Storage in the front and rear of the boat

Side rod storage (Holds 2-3 rods)

Front and rear removable navigation lights

One internal light

1991 Mercury 90 HP with power tilt & trim (2 stroke motor with oil injection) 3 cylinder engine

2 propellers (one is brand new and the other was rebuilt this spring)

1987 Spartan Classic trailer

The trailer has some surface rust but is mechanically sound

Extras included with boat

Stearns storage cover

River anchor and rope

Back-up set of spark plugs

Two removable rail mount rod holders

3-4 flip down drink holders

Marker buoy holder mount in the rear of the boat

Fire extinguisher

$3200 or best offer

Pics available. (I won't be able to send them out until I return from hunting on Sunday afternoon)

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Price reduced to $3,000. Pics available.

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I would like to see some pictures. Please send to joshuadettinger _at_ hotmail _dot_ com

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Pics sent. Welcome to FM!

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WalleyeGuy - A friend of mine would like to see photos.

Please send to scott.rindahl @ thomson (Contact Us Please) com.

Thank you.

DB

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Pics sent.

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Pictures were sent

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The boat has been sold. Thanks for the interest.

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