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1989 Nissan 16' Fish n Ski with 70hp Nissan - ** SOLD **


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It's bittersweet, but I am putting my first-ever boat up for sale. I am looking to buy a new one on fall clearance. Asking $3,200.

http://photos.yahoo.com/ajdoon57

This is a great boat and is rigged for fishing, but can also be arranged for a family outing with the kids via the back-to-back seats (which are removable).

I am the second owner and have owned since 1998. The boat was sold new in 1991.

1989 Nissan 16' fiberglass boat (silver metalflake with blue trim)

1989 Nissan 70hp outboard (super low hours)

1989 Shoreland'r galvanized bunk trailer (no rust)

Also included:

2004 Minnkota 55# trolling motor (still under warranty)

2004 Lowrance X-125 graph

2005 Goodyear Marathon radial trailer tires (13")

2005 Trojan starting battery

2004 Trolling motor battery (12V with newer wiring)

Power tilt/trim, nav lights, horn

32mph top end on gps

Newer winch strap and tiedown

Lifetime trailer tag

Mounted spare tire (never used)

Walk-thru windshield

Cobra STV hydrofoil for a quick holeshot

Bow casting platform

Livewell underneath casting platform

Swim ladder on back left

Towable cover

Storage underneath each "console"

Center storage underneath main floor

Multiple keys

Bilge

Two pedestal chairs

Two factory back-to-back seats

Two built-in "jump seats" in back

Full marine carpeting

Cupholders

Spare prop

Garaged year-round

Winterized every year at R&R Marine in Shakopee.

Great boat for metro lakes, but has handled 3-4' waves on Rainy and LOTW as well.

If needed, Nissan service centers are located on Lake Minnetonka, and in Woodbury, Faribault, Forest Lake, and St. Cloud.

I can be reached at 952-374-4512 or [email protected] . I live in St. Louis Park if you'd like to stop on by. Thank you.

DB

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Did you get it back yet? I would still like to come and take a look at it sometime.

Thanks

Brent

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Brent - I tried emailing you some pics a couple of days ago, but they always got bounced back. Anyways they are up now and I can show you the boat Mon/Tues/Wed evenings. Let me know what works best for you.

Hope you had good luck on the water this weekend.

Andrew

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