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*SOLD*1988 Tracker Magna Deep-V 17' *SOLD*

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1988 Tracker Magna Deep-v 17' with 75hp oil injected Mariner. I have a new boat coming this wednesday so this has to go!! Been used primarily for Mille Lacs lake so it can handle some rough water. Some of the features.

-Lowrance 100c color depth finder(new last fall)

-Minn Kota 55# auto pilot bow mount trolling motor (12v)

-New stainless steel prop( last fall)

-Lowrance marine radio

-new am/fm/cd player with seaworthy speakers

-new tires on trailer this spring which is also heavy duty

-3 brand new swivel seats from cableas last year

-18 gallon internal tank

-trim and tilt

-livewell

This is really a great buy and since i've owned it last spring i've had zero problems with it. There are a few minor flaws but thats expected with an 18 year old boat. Like i said gentlemen this is a fine boat for the price thats ready to be fished out of today!! I will be very negotiable with the price. THIS HAS TO BE SOLD!!!

Nate 763-360-0057

email- flyguy0886@yahoo.com

please e-mail or call for pics.

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I can't believe this is still for sale!!! Come on fellas this really is a solid boat, motor and trailer for a great price.

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