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1988 Alumacraft Trophy 170 ,ShorelanderTrailer,1987 Johnson 110

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Hello - The boat is in good shape.It needs the whole inside put together,all the peices are there.Hull, transom in very good shape.Someone who fixes things will have a great boat.The motor has good compression,tilt and trim motor,lower unit,and controls.All it needs is a carb job.Stored inside in winter.The trailer is in good codition also.Lights work and has a spare.Price $2300 b/o. Call Terry at 651-246-6719 thanks P.S pics coming

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do you still have the boat? and if you do could you send me some pics. smjake2@msn.com thanks Steve

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same as above....I'd like some pics if you still have the boat hafpound@hotmail.com

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Can I get some pics please. I have a buddy that likes to do some restoring. He might be interested. s_e_hendricks@comcast.net

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could i get some pics to chevy_arcticcat@yahoo.com thats and underscore between chevy and arcticcat and also a little more detail on what needs to be installed

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I'll take some pics svanguilder at mchsi.com

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is the boat sold? if not could i get some pics please thanks dnice1707@yahoo.com

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Pictures please, will they show the amount of work needed on the interior? kswenson@pulte.com

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Can i get some pics if the boat is still available. Toops22@hotmail.com

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If the boat is still available, I"d like to see some pics please.

slick814@yahoo.com

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If not sold pics please hoppe_pat@hotmail.com

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can i get some pics too

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What are you asking for it assembled,and water ready??Pics please sparcebag0@yahoo.com

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