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Walleye_king

1988 Starcraft 16' fishing boat, 35 hp Evinrude Tiller and trailer for sale.

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Walleye_king

1988 Starcraft fishing boat, 35 hp electric start Evinrude tiller and roller trailer. I put a new battery in it last year, both lights work fine and it has a bilge pump as well.

I have a new boat so I no longer need this one. My dad bought it new back in '88 and it runs great. Motor was tuned up last fall and runs like new. Email for pics windsurferlawman@yahoo.com $2000 or BO

Call me on my cell (651) 276-1069 I live in Cold Spring, MN

Michael

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Thunder

Price?

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Walleye_king

Pics have been sent to those that requested them. If you don't have them send me another email-

Michael

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Walleye_king

I need to unload this boat this week, I'll take the first $1700!

Michael

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Walleye_king

Pics have been sent to those who have requested tonight-

mike

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river-rat4

I will take pictures, thank you.

btunell@msn.com

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herdog

Walleye king:

Would you send me a picture or two of this?

Thanks

kox65@msn.com

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crappyfisher

Interested. I would like pics, pls.

steve@szalma.com

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Walleye_king

I'll get the pics out tonight guys,

mike

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Walleye_king

Pics have been sent to all that requested-

If this thing doesn't find a new home by tomorrow afternoon I'll take the first offer over $1500! For any less I'll keep it.

michael

Cell 651 276 1069

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MNfan

Pics please andyk@rrt.net

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Walleye_king

Boat has been sold-

thanks!

Michael

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