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SOLD !!!! Evinrude 18hp out board motor, old style $ 175.00 SOLD !!!!!

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Old 1960s Evinrude 18hp outboard motor, long shaft, pull start, gas tank.

Motor runs great, takes 3 pulls to start every time.

$ 175.00 obo

SOLD !!!!

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Valv,

Consider it sold. I will take it.

I will contact you via email.

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well im interested in it if it falls through!

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If it falls through, I should be able to look at it, because my Dad is coming home from work.

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Ok, motor is sold to Fishermn pending funds.

Troublehook if it falls through you are next in line....

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ok

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well if that is as long as I think it is, I am not able to be next in line, because think it is too long for my boat.

Could I have your e-mail address though, I have something to ask, and I couldn't find your address on your website.

thanks a lot. smile.gif

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Long shaft is 20" long, there is only short shaft (15"), long (20"), Xlong (25"), and XXLong (30")

Email me at val(@)kvesurplus(.)com, or send me a message from web site under Contact Us.

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yeah, I just found out mine is a short shaft. Thanks for the e-mail reply. smile.gif

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Val did this sell? If not e-mail me. Maybe I can pick it up with a cover.

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Steve, yes it did, I should get check in mail tomorrow. I will let you all know if it falls through.

Fishermn is the buyer.

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SOLD !!!! Thank you Fishermn !!!!

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