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SOLD 1992 Warrior 17.7ft Python, tiller, very good project ... SOLD !!!!


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Yes she does leak.....1992 Warrior 177 Python, 17.5ft fiberglass walleye boat. It is a tiller controlled, has livewells, instrumentation, large deck....and no left side bottom....

I think it's a great project boat, if somebody can work of fiberglass, or contact Warrior and find out how much it costs just the bottom skin.

This is an expensive and valued boat, you will build a lot of value just by restoring it.

It is rated 75hp max, 5 people.

No title or registration, you will receive a Dealer Bill of Sale, you will be able to register it, and you can find out previous owner by calling DNR.

MOTOR IS NOT INCLUDED !!!!!!!!!!!!!

Price of boat only $ 490.00 with trailer $ 900.00

Located near Faribault, MN. 30 miles south of MPLS

SOLD SOLD SOLD SOLD SOLD

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Please send some pix to domcher1 at hotmail dot com

thanks!

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Has it been sitting in water? How rotted out is the core? Thanks, ...

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I assume it was sitting in water, I don't think it did float on its own to dock, but I don't know for how long, and if it was submerged.

Wood doesn't appear too bad at all, there is only a small section of transom visible.

I suggest anybody to come and inspect boat, it's tough and very difficult to describe it here.

Also if anybody thinks to have a dealer or Warrior fix this boat, please don't buy it, for your own good, it will cost a fortune. This is a project where you have to do most of the labor or great part of it, this way it will be economical, otherwise it's worthless.

It is actually not too tough to do it.....

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If someone here buys this boat, would you be willing to explain how you fix it? Maybe post some pictures?

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Val, can I get some pictures??? My email is pick52 at yahoo dot com

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that would be great to explain. Also approx $$$ you think it would be. Say der if you could email or post here that would be great email is dcholtzy (@) hotmail.com

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That would be great, if just somebody will buy it.....

It's on Ebay now.....

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I would like to look at the boat today(saturday) if you would please respond here and tell me if you still have the boat It would be a 3hour drive thank you

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arrowheadslayer, if you click on valv's surplus website above it has his phone number.

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Sorry I was at an auction today and just got back.

You can see boat anytime this weekend, call me on my web site phone, 507 744 2295

Thanks

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valv

I called you yesterday about coming down today to look at the boat but today when I called all I got was sound like a computer logging on so I have to ask you one other question I was wondering if the boat comes with seats if yes how many

I am coming down by there on saturday

thank you

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arrowheadslayer look like we don't have good luck with each other. I will not be available saturday, but sunday I will be here, you can call me on my cell phone 612 756 0149 I am switching phones and I had no answering machine today.

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