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go4carl

1997 Stratos 282 Fish Ski / 175 hp Johnson FS

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Great fishing family fun boat. New Vinyl, new tires, new motorguide digital wireless 75lb trolling motor, Bimini Top, Humminbird Locater, ski pole, two livewells, plenty of storage. I have had it out this year and this boat fly's!!! I wouldn't sell but the second kid is on it's way.

asking $9,500

go4carl@yahoo.com

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Not even a comment so far, what gives? This is a great boat that has had a lot put into it in the last couple of years..

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Took a potential buyer out yesterday and even with high winds and choppy water she ran at 50+ mph. On calm days this boat will do 60. Ready for opener justs needs someone to take her out.

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I'll try one last time to sell it, first offer over 8,000 takes... That's a steal for this boat. The NADA value is almost 10k...

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Looks like a very nice boat. I wish I was in a place that would allow me to buy it right now. New house and an upcoming wedding won't allow for it, though mad.gif

Someone will be getting a sweet rig.

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it does look like a good boat for the price. i spent my max on my boat though. like ralph a lot of things going on. just got married and bought townhouse in last 6 mos. plus got a kid. nice boat though. $8k seems like a steal.

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Seems like a nice boat for the price, just looking for more of a walleye style boat. Hang in there it should sell.

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I feel your guy's pain, that's why I'm selling. Second kid on the way and we are putting a room on the house, bye bye boat...

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Carl, I am a player on your boat!!! I have emailed you with some questions!!!

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What does insurance run for the boat? And is it easy to get?

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Boat is sold!!!!

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