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Little_Bones

01 Misty Harbor Fishing Boat-Trophy 165C w/4strke 75 HP Photo added!

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I have a 2001 Misty Harbor Fishing Boat for sale. I bought it new in 2003. It has a Trinity Roller Trailer with Diamond Plate Walkways on the rear. Nice wheels. Only towed a few times. I bought it with a used motor that never worked right. After wifes urging bought a new Mercury 4 Stroke 75 HP. Pushes the 16.5 foot boat nicely. Power Tilt/Trim, 4' livewell, 7' Rod Locker, AM/FM/CD Player/3 seats/2 are movable/front storage/24 Volt Minnkota Foot Operated trolling motor/On board dual charger/bilge pump/storage under drivers seat/speedometer. I believe I have 2 six gallon tanks although I took one out of the boat because the 4 stroke gets 16-19 mpg. Cruises at 44MPH with 2 adults in it. Stored inside in the winter and covered in the summer. Does include a cover. Cover has small rip due to last storm. I have another cover new in the box. I used the boat once this year, once last year and limited time the other 3 years I have had the boat. Transom saver and hydrofoil included. Bought the boat because it was deeper than an Alumacraft and less expensive than a Lund. $9,500. Will email pics. I live in Duluth and am at cabin between Hinkley and Danbury on Weekends. Need a new house so boat must go.

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Will Take Good offers. Boat has not been used a lot. To replace this boat you would have close to $20K into it.

Little_Bones

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sounds like a nice rig...good luck selling it....if I had the cash that is the set-up that I want...Good Luck

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Little_bones:

Could you email me some pictures. lewis.corey@mayo.edu

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pics please

jwicklund at manionswholesale dot com

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Jar, Jar - I am at my cabin without access to the pics. I will send them to you Sunday night.

Thanks

Jim

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Price reduce to $9250. Construction on my house starts in 3 weeks.... This is compfortable boat. Check the link above to see manufacturers sight. I would buy another Misty Harbor boat as I enjoyed this one.

Thanks

Jim

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pics please jwhjr17@comcast.net - thanks

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interested in the misty harbor boat. Can you list a phone number to contact you in Duluth? or an address to see the boat? Please call 218 663-7900

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It is still for sale. Sorry I have not been logged in. Living in temp housing while house is being built.

I won't have access to picts for 2-3 weeks. I will try to get some new picts of it this week.

my phone # is 218-348-1462

thanks

Jim

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Jim, I would like pictures of the misty harbor please. and price of boat? please send to latrachta@gmail.com I am looking for a friend and he would like pictures and price? Thanks, or call me at the above phone number and I can give an address to send the pictures.

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