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1987 Champion Bass Boat w/ Trailer ----- Price reduced!!!!!

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1987 Champion 16.5 ft Bass Boat with 135 hp Mercury Black Max motor and Champion trailer with new spare tire. One previous owner, stored inside.

Includes:

· Internal Gallon gas tank – 6 gals

· 2 live wells

· 5 dry storage compartments

· 2 pedestal seats plus driver and passenger seating

· 2 - 12 volt Deep Cycle Marine Batteries – 2004, 2005

· 2 Anchors

· Navigation lights

· Built in Cooler

· 2 rod holders – 4 rods each

· 2 Boat bumpers

· Seaworthy AM/FM Cassette player with 2 speakers

· Pinpoint Positioning Systems trolling motor with spare prop blade

· Eagle FishMark 320 fish locator – 2005

· Motor electronics new – 2006

· All manuals included

Great fishing boat, excellent condition, fast!!! Also good for water sports.

Price reduced !! 5,500.00 or best offer!!!

View photos at boat photos

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Comon everybody;don't let the year of this boat discourage you!! This boat is in excellent condition for it's age (stored inside thru-out its ownership) and has a totally re-furbished engine electrical system - July,06.Will provide pictures and all other pertinent info on this gem upon request.

I'm hoping to use the proceeds from the sale of this boat to help pay for my daughters car we are looking to get for her while she is in school at Mankato.

Man I'm going to miss this beauty!! But ya gotta do what ya gotta do, right??? [b Price reduced to $5,500.00 or BEST OFFER!!!

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Sarsfan,

It's just my opinion and I hope you wont be offended,but there are whole bunches of nicer and much newer gems out there for $9,200. I realize you need the $ and that this boat may be worth that much to you (we all feel that way about our rigs) but the season is almost over and many will be looking to sell. If you want to move this boat, your going to have to set your price at a much more realistic level for this soon to be 20 year old boat. Pictures would help also.

Good luck

Stizo

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Thanx for the advice Stizo. I'm a newbee at this so I'm learning as I go along. I have now posted pictures of the boat in the original posting I submitted for the sale of the boat. As far as the price of the boat being more realistic, maybe you are right. The engine is almost twenty years old, but there was $3,500.00 put into it this past July. Like I said, the electronics on the engine is all brand new. The boat itself is in remarkable shape for being twenty years young.

If anybodys interested, click on the link above (boat photos). Im willing to make a deal, but I'm just not going to give it away. laugh.giflaugh.gifPrice reduced !! 5,500.00 or Best Offer !!

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