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Sleepy Oyster

Sold - "Like New" 2000 Lund 1700 Fisherman

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This boat was purchased new, but had very little chance to use it because of going back to work.

It is in "Like New" Condition.

The 115 HP Honda has only 39.6 hours on it. It is a 4 stroke, 4 cyl., 16 valve engine with Programmed Fuel Injection, electric start, 40 amp alternator, and power trim & tilt. Meets 2006 EPA Requirements. Very fuel efficient – just sips gas.

Had it serviced by dealer last fall and they installed a new fuel pump (service bulletin replacement), installed new prop to correct slight cavitations issue coming out of the hole, and replaced Tachometer.

This total package is complete and ready to go.

Includes the following:

2000 1700 Lund Fisherman Boat with Matching 4th Seat

115 hp Honda 4-Stroke Outboard Motor with spare prop

Yacht Club Roller Trailer with New Spare Tire

Minn Kota 55 Auto Pilot Trolling Motor - Trolling Motor Battery

Minn Kota 35 Electric Anchor - Raytheon L365 Fish finder

Raytheon RAY52VHF Marine Radio - Full Boat Cover

Mooring Cover - Rod Holders - Dock Bumpers

Over $20,000 Invested

Will sell for $16,000

------- BOAT HAS BEEN SOLD -------

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