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SOLD - 16' alum boat, 20 h.p. Mercury & Shoreline Trl - $999 - SOLD

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16 ft Starcraft aluminum boat with 20 hp Mercury motor and Shoreline trailer. Boat and motor are 1970's era. Motor was tuned up last spring and should run decent again this year. New prop last summer. Trailer had brand new hubs and bearings in 2005. Also had brand new lights, wiring and trailer tongue in 2005. Boat has wooden bench seats, with the second one removed to make more room for net, gas tank, etc. Boat also has some minor dings from a storm in the late 1980's. One hole above the water line was professionally patched and has never leaked. Gas tanks and anchor come with too. Boat, motor and trailer have been stored inside garage since '05. A decent fishing boat, I'm just being pushed into upgrading to a Tracker. It's a great gal that I have!

Sorry, sold in one day.

$999.

Pictures can be seen here. Boat pictures

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I'll take some pictures if you have any. tlwolter at gmail .com

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Boat was sold.

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