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SOLD !Starcraft Islander 19ft aluminu cuddy cabin, salmon/trout fishing. SOLD !!

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Starcraft Islander 19ft aluminum cuddy cabin fishing boat.

80" beam, Mercruiser 120hp I/O 4 cylinders with close circuit cooling, good outrdive and lower unit.

Deck is nice and ready to install downriggers, it has already 6 rod holders, canvas top is partially torn but frame is in good condition. It has 2 updated fuel tanks with gauges, Humminbird sonar, cabin interior is a little plain but roomy for 2 people and to keep out of cold and weather, it has auxiliary motor bracket.

These boats were very popular for salmon fishing, this is a 1972 model.

Motor runs good, but has the 2 bolts holding starter were broken off, it can be started and run this way but it's a little "chancy", since starter is hanging in there by a strap, I also would suggest a good tuneup, motor oil is very clean I believe it was winterized after last use.

Trailer is not the best, bearing are ok, and frame too, I traveled 1750 miles (believe or not) with it and had almost no problem, tires are a little worn you might want to bring some spares, just in case, but it will travel almost anywhere.

This package is not perfect, and price reflects this, but it's a reliable rig, it can be tested on water if needed.

$ 3450 or best offer = REDUCED TO $ 2800 =

Email for more detailed pictures

I have a nice tandem axle trailer for it but I have to ask $ 750 extra.

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Where are the Salmon fishermen here ????

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Anybody wants it for $ 2800 ?

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It has been SOLD !!!!!!!!!!!!

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