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***SOLD***Minnkota Bow Mount Auto Pilot for sale**SOLD

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I upgraded to a larger elec. motor last summer and I have a 42" shaft, 36# thrust bow mount auto pilot for sale with the quick detach plate.This motor works as good as it did when I bought the boat.I had it on a 16.5'1997 alumacraft dominator and it worked very well with that boat. It is quieter and smoother than the one I replaced it with.I wish now that I never upgraded. Excellent condition and stored indoors every winter. Asking $200.00 I live in the Lake Minnetonka area and work in Plymouth for anybody that is interested, Ken

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pictures

jamiekunst (at) hotmail.com

Thanks,

jk

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I'm interested as well, can you send pictures. pprodanov at valescomortgage dot com.

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hey could you shoot me some pic and how to contact you. My email is dcholtzy (at) hotmail.com or cell is 612-239-1184

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Yes it is still for sale. I have sent pics to all who requested them,unfortunatly I am leaving now to go turkey hunting and I won't be able to respond until I get back next monday. Thanks, Ken

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If you get a chance I would like a pic too. At : BassManDuluth@goenner.us

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Is motor still for sale? Will be in Minnnetonka on sat.&sun I am interested. Please e-mail phone #. This email is sent Friday afternoon. Thank you. MY email is

rdjones@omnitelcom.com

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Would like to stop by and take a look possibly tonite if it's still for sale. Eric.Johnson@MTS.com, shoot me some directions and a good time to stop by sometime this week if not tonite. I work in Eden Prairie and you are on my way home.

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Still waiting to hear from you.

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I am the original owner of this motor and it does not have alot of hours on it. It is in fantastic shape and has not been sold yet. Ken

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Send some pics of the trolling motor

Thanks

Hollywood2

PGoetsch337@hotmail.com

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Do you still have this ???

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