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Valv

Complete setup for Crestliner single or dual console

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Valv

Complete setup for a Crestliner single console (Fishhawk or similar).

Includes console, dash with gauges, steering gear, windshield, etc.

$ 500 SOLD

$ 700 or best offer for Digital version with hydraulic steering

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You can also use these in other boats if you want to "modernize" the look. Seats are also available

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primetime49

do you want to trade some stuff for new 04 crestliner 1850 0r 2050 empty hulls with factory paint and foam????????

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Valv

Send me an email, address is below.

Thanks

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Valv

Dual console setup is sold. Only single console with Hydraulic steering and Digital gauges is available.

$ 700 or best offer.

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valv

shoulda got back to you

looks like really good deal

picked up few Charger glass and Fisher aluminum consoles so am good for now

will get ahold of you to look over your parts when temperatures warm up

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