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SOLD !!! 2006 Yamaha 60hp 4 stroke, tiller, almost new !!!!!!! SOLD !!!!

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2006 model Yamaha 60hp 4 stroke outboard motor, long shaft, tiller controlled, power tilt & trim.

Very nice, a few scratches on side from sitting, but nothing serious.

Price at $ 3950 FIRM !!!!

I can send pictures but it's just like at a dealer or from Yamaha web site.

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Can be transformed into remote control with no problem at all, I might be able to help with otherwise a remote kit is approx $ 250.00 at dealer.

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Can I get pictures of the outboard motor? Does it have VTS (Variable Trolling System)?? mjprusak at mtu dot edu

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How do I find out if it has it. Pictures are just like the web site not much difference.

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Wow, this is unbelievable, a NEW motor for $ 3000 less than dealer ? And I am pretty sure warranty can be transfered, and it's valid until 2009, there is all the paperwork with it.

I will list it on paper next week for $ 4500.....you ahve the chance to get it for way less

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Wow,

Did I ever miss out. I ended up with a new boat and motor becuase I could not find just a motor anywhere close to this price.

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Well....it's SOLD !!!!

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Hey valv I guess I can take this off my e-bay watch list , huh. I thought when I saw Lonsdale that might be yours.

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Yep, sold it for $ 4500, FM members had a great deal.... grin.gif

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