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14' Alumacraft - 25HP Mariner - MinnKota TM - Trailer

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I am selling this boat because I upgraded this spring to a new Alumacraft. This boat has been great for me. I fish alone most of the time and this setup is extremely easy to launch and operate for one person.

1982 14' Alumacraft T-14XL

  • Registered through 2007
  • Removable floor sections built w/marine-treated plywood and carpet
  • Two Cabelas swivel seats
  • 20" transom
  • Fitted cover with ribs
  • Wired lights turn on with flick of the switch
  • Includes 24" Cabelas drift sock
  • Rigged for gas tank and batteries at bow for better weight distribution
  • Rod holder
  • 2 no-tie cleats
  • Boat1
  • Boat2
  • Boat3

1989 Mariner 25HP w/Electric Start

  • Push-button start
  • 6.6 Gallon gas tank
  • Long shaft
  • New motor lock
  • Myself (220 lbs) and gear topped out at 27mph according to GPS
  • Motor1
  • Motor2

MinnKota Maxxum 55lb Transom-mount Trolling Motor

  • 2002 or 2003 model-- I can't recall when I bought it
  • Maxxum technology to save battery life
  • Battery condition indicator
  • 12" MinnKota handle extention included
  • TM1
  • TM2

2001 Karavan Trailer

  • Lifetime license
  • 800lb Trailer Jack
  • Trailer1

  • More pictures available here

  • Will include one starter and one deep-cycle battery
  • Asking $1,600
  • Only sold as package
  • email at jbring@yahoo.com
  • 952-891-5377
  • Located in Lakeville, MN

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is this boat still around?

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Se Mn FishSlayer

is this boat sold yet?

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If you are willing to not sell as a package let me know

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Thanks for your interest, everyone. I've received a deposit from someone for this package, so I will consider this post closed until the final transaction has been completed. Thanks for your interest!


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is this boat still for sale? if so email me at rob@bestsiding.com

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    • delcecchi
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