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Pics Added: 21' Sylvan w/Honda 130* Open to Offers

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1997 21' Sylvan Pro Sport with a 2001 Honda 130 four stroke. Boat has new exterior paint and decals and also a full top set. Large interior and room for 9 people. Top speed of 42 mph/gps. Motor runs like a top. Two live wells, plenty of storage, two props, lowrance depthfinder, wired for 12/24 volt trolling motor, vinyl floor. 1997 EZ Loader bunk trailer. $13,000. Pics available via email. Selling for parents, boat was too big for them.

sunsethusky1@gokenora.com

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Is that Canadian or US funds?

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It's US...not much different than Canadian right now.

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Getting some positive feedback in person here, but no lookers south of the border, eh?

You guys and your cheap(er) prices.... grin.gif

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Hemmy,

if you are taking offers

how about:

10 Loonies

5 Toonies

and 6 Blues

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I'll take it!!!!! grin.gif

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