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FOR SALE: Older mirrocraft 14' semi-v with 2001 Yamaha 3-cyl 25hp. Gutted the inside of boat and installed a flat floor with front deck (underneath storage for gas tank, etc.) All material are treated lumber, then carpeted with Cabela's outdoor premium boat carpet. Running lights, bilge, interior led's, spotlight receptacle all wired thru cabela's 4-gang lighted switch panel. Two (2) Attwood camo seats on 28" square 5/8" treated plywood (carpeted) for ease of moving around. Avery pop-up blind in ShadowGrass with wind-blockers. New galvanized bunk trailer with transom-saver for outboard. Will include two aluminum telescopic push poles and Minn-Kota 55lb. transom trolling motor. Real nice boat, used in the Ashland area in Lake Superior waters! $4200.00 O.B.O. Added some pics, but plow and other boat prevented me from dragging this one out (sorry for the quality of pics). Also, seats are in a couple of permanent deer blinds right now, so they are missing from pics. ANY REASONABLE OFFER ENTERTAINED! Dropped price to first offer over $3400!

smeds at cheqnet dot net for more info.

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I know...pics look horrible! Boat is actually very nice, needs a coat of paint on the outside, but the ducks don't care! Avery Blind covers sides when up anyway. Maybe shouldn't have painted the outboard motor last year, took away the good looks, but it's the 2001 Yamaha that takes 100-1 gas-oil ratio. I run it @ 75-1 to be safe. Boat jumps on plane and does probably mid-20's. Always winterized properly. Someone make me an offer ... need to sell pretty fast. I'll listen to what you have to offer!

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walleyenutz ... at this point I would rather sell as a package, PM me with an offer on the motor, we'll discuss.

smeds at cheqnet dot net

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