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2003 Johnson 9.9

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This motor is brand new, never been used. Manual start, short shaft, New 6 gallon fuel tank and hose. $1450 Email taggart@wiktel.com for pics

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I want this to sell so I am open to any offers.

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I'll trade ya for a HP laptop. P4 3.2Ghz 17" widescreen W TV Tuner (Model ZD7380US). These are going on ebay now used for about 1100 - 1200. Warranty expires in mid oct, but can be upgraded for another year for a hudred bucks.

casey@50below.com

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two stroke or 4? Does it come with full documentation and prop?

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Sorry Papa Woodie, I am not interested in a trade but Thanks for the offer!

The motor is a 2 stroke and yes,it has a prop and some of the documentation.

Thanks for looking and let me know if you have any more questions.

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Price reduced to $1300...

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I am heading to the St.Cloud area next weekend and I could deliver this..Offers????

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Last price drop, $1200 takes it..

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Really interested, but just dont have the $1200 right now... Are you going to try to sell it again next spring? If so, email me as dsmaki at yahoo

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Fishermn, Hopefully it sells before next spring but I will keep your email address and if it doesn't sell, I will send you an email.

Thanks!!

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2 or 4 stroke?

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I apologize for not getting back to you sooner but I have been hunting for a few days. To answer your question, it is a 2 stroke.Thanks

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Ok Fisherpeople, this has to move out of my garage......Someone is going to get a GREAT deal....$1000 takes it!!

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I sent you an Email I'll buy the motor, if the Email didn't make it here it is Joetc2l99@yahoo.com that's a L not a 1 between the 2 and the 9

Thanks

JoeT

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