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Anyone know what year boat and engine is these are?

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Boat is an Alumacraft LV16 LTD Mag Series

serial#ACBL3972D999

Engine is a 45 H.P. Mariner

serial#A949054

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Boat is a 1999 motor is an older late '80s model possibly (but not guaranteed) 1986

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Try posting this in boats and motors,To eurolarva,hes knowledgeable in your question area!

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Call a Mercury Marine dealer. They have a book to look up serial number to year manufactured.

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Mercury Parts Express shows that your model # is 7045776. Does this help?

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Boat- 99 motor -1986. Serial #'s for 86's are A948904 through B170481

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