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For sale 1985 evinrude 15 hp motor

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Hi everyone,

A friend has a motor he would like to sell so I told him I would post it on here

It is a 1985 evinrude 15hp short shaft pull start.

We ran the motor the other night and it seems to run well, one maybe two pulls

Not sure how many hours it has on it but I do believe he hasn't used it much in 10yrs

He's asking 800 or bo

Also includes gas tank

I have some pictures I can email if you ask.

If you have any questions his name is Dale his number 612-275-6875

The motor is located in Prior Lake

Thanks Chad

Callenj@msn.com

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