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SOLD 16.5ft fiberglass boat, 70hp motor, and trailer, $ 850.00 SOLD

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1981 Bonito 16ft fiberglass open bow v-hull boat.

With 1981 Evinrude 70hp outboard motor, 2 stroke, with power tilt & trim.

Boat hull is in good conditions, floor is solid, but the rest of the interior needs to be redone, seats are bad.

Motor is in very good conditions, starts right away, idles good, has good water, but I always suggest to replace water pump impeller, I don't know the history of this boat to trust it, propeller is a little rough, it might need replaced.

Power tilt & trim works but it's very slow, motor might need to be rebuilt and checked out.

Trailer is in good conditions, galvanized (no rust), with bearing buddies, and tires are solid, it will travel down the road very well.

Price at $ 850.00

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Do you have any pics of the interior of the boat that you could send me.

gwalburn@olyfire.com

thanks,

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Pictures sent.

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I am also willing to separate all 3 items:

Motor $ 550

Trailer $ 250.00

Boat $ 50.00

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Hey Valv,

Kinda wondering if you would consider a straight up trade for that motor. You may still have my email but just in case danielcarmony@msn.com

I would like to upgrade my motor. I am guessing the motors are about equal value. I have a super reliable 1976 40 hp Mercury. I use it just about every day and it is in great shape. Starts great, runs excellant. Two props, one is my river prop so it needs some attention, my lake prop is in tip top shape. I don't know if you'er in need of a motor like this but thought I'd throw it out there for you.

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Dan, thank you for the offer, but I cannot accept trade for this, besides a 1981 70hp motor is worth a lot more than a 1976 40hp.

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Excuse what may be a dumb question, but . . .

Can I make this motor a tiller?

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Yes Sir, you can, you have to find the handle for it.

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