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1977 16 foot Lund Pike D - 35 Horse Evinrude

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One Owner

$2000 or best offer

1977 16 foot Lund Pike D single console with trailer.

35 Hp Evinrude w/controls. 2 Six Gallon Tanks

Motor has electric start and electronic choke.

Motor is in excellent condition (beyond superb considering its age). It's clean, starts easy, and has plenty of power to push the boat 25+ mph.

Just removed and cleaned carbs after extended storage. Also replaced lower unit oil. New fuel line, winch strap, keel rollers, etc.

Boat interior is all original and includes storage compartments, rod storage, battery boxes, etc. Woodwork is faded, but in good condition. Flooring is good with the exception of the bow area which is an easy fix.

Bow and stern lights.

4 old-clamp on style swivel seats (vinyl cracked and stained, but all functional)

42 pound minnkota bowmount trolling motor.

2 manual downriggers with mounting plates on removable cross beam (drop weights included)

Miscellaneous tackle including plugs and spoons (mostly deep water trolling type stuff)

Eagle Plus III depthfinder.

Fire extinguisher.


Batteries are functional but questionable. (1 starting and 1 trolling)

Extra propeller.

Before you have to ask.....Boat does not have tilt/trim, livewell, bilge pump. I have a cover that is in rough condition.

I am selling as a favor to a family friend who inherited this boat after losing his father. Boat was only used a couple times a year for lake trout trips. Has been stored for last 4 or 5 years. I performed all necessary maintenance to get this boat ready to sell. I had it out on Prior yesterday and the boat performed flawlessly. Motor started with one quick turn of the key.

The owner relied on my expertise to set the price and I certainly believe that this boat is priced to sell quickly.

Boat is at my house in Prior Lake.

Call for appointment to see. Pics available upon request, however I am out of town until Thursday night but will try to accomodate all who ask.

John Kimble at 612-685-6713

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Pics sent, price added above.

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Please send pictures to mchaffin at isilon (Contact Us Please) com


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Pics sent to all that asked.

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Pics sent.

This is a great rig for someone.

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Pics sent to all that asked. Remember this sale is or best offer.....

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Pics please:



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Pics sent......

This boat needs to get out of my garage soon.....

It wants someone to take it fishing on opener!!!!!!!!

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To answer questions I received.....

Boat has a 72" beam and 20" Transom.

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Boat is at my house in Prior Lake, MN until this weekend.

After that, the owner is taking possession so that I can have my garage back for my own projects. I would really like to see the boat sold this weekend. Please come take a look if interested.

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I would like pics please

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Boat is no longer at my house. I will post owners info tonight or tomorrow.

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