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35 HP Johnson for project or parts

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It's a mid eighties model with controls (non-tiller). This spring I had the lower unit rebuilt and new prop installed. Then the head inexplicably "fried" on me about a month and a half ago:(. I want to sell the motor to someone who would want to rebuild it or part it out. Best offer. Pics upon request. Any takers? Twin cities metro area.

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I'll let it go for very cheap....

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I can offer $ 50.00 for it, I am a business I have to turn around and make money with it, so I have to stay low.

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OK VALV, sold. (unless a bidding war erupts, which is highly unlikelycrazy.gif)I don't know where lonsdale is; do you ever make it to the cities? I can sit on it for awhile.

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Send me an email, I am in the cities often and I can pick it up, or if you come down eher maybe we can trade for something you need.

Anyway send me an email

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I'll pick it up this week if Val doesn't.

Thanks,

Jeff

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I live very close to Wayzata...off of Vicksburg. Mail me if interested. lemurpeloo@comcast.net

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VALV,

You ever going to pick up the motor? It's in the drivway if you're ever in the neighborhood...

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Casey, if you can wait 1 more day I will be in the cities tomorrow, I'll call you when I'll be there.

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if the others don't take it let me know. Would be a great fit for what i'm looking for.

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I'll pick it up with cash...

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It's been picked up already.

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