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Crestliner 22ft cuddy cabin, 1970s

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1970s Crestliner 22ft fiberglass cuddy cabin boat. Mercruiser 4 cylinders I/O, good solid hull, outdrive is frozen, needs rebuilt or another used one.

Trailer is in good conditions, tires and bearing are good.

This boat will make a great Mille Lacs, river, or Lake Superior fishing / cruising boat.

Price at $ 1500 or best offer, I need to sell !!!! Partial trade with a 15hp long shaft outboard is possible, but that's it.

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valv do you have a welder so a guy can move hitch post to trailer so can tie down front?

I am looking for older hardtops.

Also do the bottom bunks fit ok ,and are their two or four bunks?

Is it single or twin f0urs?Mercruiser or Omc ,Volvo?

Like the hull.

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You can move post with no problem, but boat can come forward a little more, I don't think you'll need to move post.

It's a single Mercruiser I/O 4 cylinders, trailer is quad bunk, send me an email and I'll forward better pictures

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Anybody interested in salmon fishing ? This is a great candidate....

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