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ChadR024

SOLD 12' John boat with motor and Trailer

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ChadR024

Last week or I'll keep boat and put it at the storage place with the ice house.

$400 boat, trailer and seats

$600 Boat trailer, seats and motor

As I've had more than a few people say they'll "take it" then call and cancel Ask your self the following first;

Will my wife let me purchase this. ( guy #1)

Do I already have too many boats and this is

an impulse buy (guy #2)

I originally thought a 70's motor could be tuned once

then run forever with out maintenance but my mechanic

has advised me different (guy #3,4,5)

If you can work past the first three questions I would love to sell you this boat cheap so I don't have to move it.

Thanks Again

Chad

12’ John boat 32” floor with 46” rails. Clamp on cushion seats, push pulls, oars, trailer, Chrysler 180 short shaft motor (If memory serves me correctly is a 7.5 horse) and gas can. Boat is painted the usual reed brown/ beige. Deck and seats have some of the original green showing were the paint has chipped. Other than some minor touch up painting the boat is about 8 years old and in great shape.

I’m moving in a couple of months and would like to sell this rather than move it as I just don’t get out hunting much any more. $950.00

PRICE REDUCED TO $850 FOR EVERYTHING

Price Reduced again $750... for everything

You can email me for pic’s and questions at ChadR024@Frontiernet.net

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Kodiak

Chad-

How low will you go? nice pics, how come the motor hasnt been started in so long.

email me, jfuhrma2@fairview.org

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Flash

Would you consider only selling the boat?

Flash

"Set the Hook"

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ChadR024

Hey sorry guys PC crashed sparks and all. Just got back up and running.

Motor hasn't been run because I've been hunting small bodies of water and just push pulling in these last years.

I would consider selling just the boat how about $750

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Lost

If you sell just the boat, will that make the outboard available as a separate purchase? If so, how much?

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ChadR024

Yes if boat sells then I would be willing to sell motor and gas tank for $250

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ChadR024

Price Reduced to $850 for everything.

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ChadR024

TTT

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ChadR024

Getting Close to my deadline any offers?

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ChadR024

Two weeks left make me an offer

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RedDB76

How old is the motor?

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ChadR024

I believe it is early 70's I bout it used.

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ChadR024

Last Week

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lindyman

I'm wondering if the motor is available. Mine went out last summer and I need a reliable motor under 10h/p. If it is available, could you send a picture along with a decription of it's working condition to Imsponge@yahoo.com.

Thanks.

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mattkimk

I am also wondering if the motor is still available. If so please email at

kimmattk@peoplepc.com

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ChadR024

I would like to sell the package of coarse but if someone buys the boat and trailer I sell the motor separate. A better way to phrase the motors conditons would be to say I haven't used it in few seasons. So I'm sure it could use a tune up. Which usually consided for me of a new plug and a quick cleaning of the carb.

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midwesthunter

If you have pictures of the boat I may be interested. I am looking for a boat and trailer only. Please send pictures if you have any to midwesthunter@yahoo.com

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DTro

could I get some pics please

dtro@mn.rr.com

thanks

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