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LwnmwnMan2

SOLD-1988 16' Grumman / 1988 85 hp Suzuki / 1988 trailer

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LwnmwnMan2

1988 Grumman GSF dual console fishing boat, full windshield.

1988 Suzuki 85 hp motor with trim.

1988 Yacht Club roller trailer, trailer needs minor cosmetic work.

AM/FM/cassette radio.

MinnKota AutoPilot trolling motor.

Front / rear anchor.

4 Grumman moveable rotating seats.

Steering wheel.

Bilge pump.

Built in fuel tank.

40 gallon bow mounted live well.

Rod holders on side wall, also storage in the floor.

3 batteries, starting, trolling, electronics.

$6299 / bo.

Pictures are available.

Boat is located in Wyoming, MN. It's white in color, with blue stripes, dark blue carpet on the floor, white on the walls.

An excellent boat for a family with kids that want to not only fish, but tube / ski as well. The 85 hp Suzuki will pull a 200 lb. guy out of the water okay, kids no problem.

Sole owner since new, I run a lawn service about 80 hours / week, so the last 4-5 years I've only had it out 6-7 times / year.

LwnmwrMan22@frontiernet.net

651-248-9728

Thanks for looking.

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LwnmwnMan2

Price is reduced to $6000 / bo.

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LwnmwnMan2

Price is reduced to $5500.

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Big R

Isn't it possible to post pics in the posting?

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Grogan

pics please jrmygrogan@yahoo.com

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lindyman

Pictures Please.

Imsponge@yahoo.com

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lindyman

Haven't recieved pics yet. Please send to Imsponge@yahoo.com. Thanks,

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LwnmwnMan2

I'm sorry... the boat was sold last year.

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