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Doc Madison

12 ft Alumacraft with 15 hp Yamaha/trailer (SOLD 4/15/07 !!!) *DELETED*

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Valv

Is motor pull start only or does it have electric start ?

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Doc Madison

Pull start - never a problem starting.

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finnpac

WHAT'S YOUR SCHEDULE LOOK LIKE FOR MONDAY NIGHT?

763-497-5489 STEVE

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Doc Madison

Finn- I left a message at your home with my phone number. Monday night is open but leaving town Tuesday AM. Ray

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Doc Madison

Still for sale - great boat for kids to learn with.

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LOGBUILDER

Hi is the motor a long shaft or short it looks like a long in the pictures

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Doc Madison

I believe it's a long shaft. We put stabilizer wings on the shaft as well to keep it well planed with a single user. Prop is in good shape.

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jamesjay20

i'm real interested, please email me your phone #

jamesjay20@hotmail.com

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Doc Madison

JamesJay - I just shot you an email with the phone number. I'm at " rjpoor at yahoo (Contact Us Please) com."

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TRDtom69

Is this little boat still avail.?

Thanks

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Doc Madison

Still available.

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TRDtom69

Can you email me the pictures or any other pics you might have, with your email address?

Thanks,

Tom

TRDtom69@gmail.com

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Doc Madison

You have mail. Boat is still available.

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terryt

any takers yet. email your phone number please. email is trebeschterry@yahoo.com

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Doc Madison

Terry - you have mail.

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Valv

Doc, shoot me an email

Thanks

EMAIL

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bgreen82

if you could, would you measure tip of trailer to back with boat on. wanna make sure it would fit in garage? and why are the dates blacked out?

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Doc Madison

Valv - You have email.

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Doc Madison

The whole package measures 17'6" from tip of hitch to back of motor. I also measured the shaft which is 17 inches from transom to cavitation plate. Not sure if this means long or short shaft, however.

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Valv

Doc, I'll take the boat, I need a kicker for mine, this will do great.

I sent you a couple of emails, let me know if I can pickup tomorrow (sun 4-15-07)

Thanks

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Doc Madison

Val - you have email. I'll let you know Sunday PM if the boat is still available.

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The boat is sold. Thanks for your interest. Doc

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