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Selling 2 Classic Boston Whalers

salty sarasalty sara Posts: 9 Greenhorn
1962 18' Boston Whaler center console
1999 Johnson SPL 115 engine low hours Engine mounted on jack plate
Nice single axle trailer wired and ready to go.
Brand new paint inside and out
New battery
All new wiring and hookups
New fuel tank
$7200 obo

1973 13'5" Boston Whaler garage kept under cover.
1996 Johnson 40hp just had serviced.
Never used ethanol fuel.
2nd owner, the 1st had for 30 years garage kept and only used in the summer in the Adirondacks.
Hummingbird fish finder brand new never been in the water.
Atwood swiveling rod holders on the port and starboard & port side 3 rod holder.
Completely origional paint inside and out (there is not a boat painter who would even let me try to paint it because it is so rare to find in such great condition).
Original Mahogany seats and bow cover well cared for and always sealed.
16 gallon fuel tank under the forward seat.
New spark plugs
New fuel line
New steering cable
New starter
New marine battery
Carburetors cleaned
New impeller
Snap on cover
Continental trailer wired and ready

Boat and trailer fit comfortably in a 1 car garage

Willing to deliver if necessary.

$4799 or best offer

Located in North Palm Beach

Trades for an offshore fishing boat considered


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