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1980's 14ft Starcraft, 1980's 25 hp Mercury


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1980’s Starcraft and 80’s Mercury- not sure of exact years right now, will post later.

2,2000 obo

-Boat: fourteen feet long, with twenty inch transom.

-25 horse Mercury has Electric start and runs absolutely perfect.

-new 2005 transom mounted 36 lbs thrust Minnkota trolling motor.

-Fish Easy depth and fish finder.

- has bilged pump (new this year)

- comes with lights, all electronics and lights controlled by a panel, also has a fuse box/panel.

- three seats, all have quick release mounts.

-6.6 gallon gas tank

-two rod holder sets, holds up to seven rods.

-two trolling rod holders

-one storage box

-no live well

-can include anchor if needed

-floor is in very good shape.

-boat has no leaks, and is very strong structurally

-trailer is in very good shape

-new lights last year.

-brand new tires, rims, and hubs.

-Almost everything on this boat is new, within a few years.

-hard to find a better 14ft boat.

-Pictures should answer most questions, comes with everything shown except rods and one life jacket.

Please contact me at [email protected]

Or 612-384-3685

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    • Bloatlord
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