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14' Aluminum boat w/ 35hp Johnson - Camo

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14' Aluminum boat w/ 35hp Johnson - Camo
 
Heavy duty 14' aluminum boat on a basic trailer. This boat is early 60's, I've owned it for about 20 years. No dents, dings or patches. There are 3 bench seats. There is a wood/fiberglass casting deck up front, it is friction fitted and can be removed in a matter of moments. It is powered by a 35hp Johnson engine, electric start, one 6 gal. fuel tank. I have had this engine about 12 years, using it for fishing as well as heavy duck hunting through the 1st of December each year. This engine has never failed me, I meticulously went through this engine when I bought it and have maintained it since then. I have a 9.5hp Johnson that I will substitute for an additional $150. I have purchased a smaller duck boat to replace this. The boat is located in SE Michigan. Please call with any questions. $800 Terry 586.484.7713


Terry Desilets
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Re: 14' Aluminum boat w/ 35hp Johnson - Camo In reply to
Terry could you post some interior shots if you have them? Also could you run a tape over it for side heights widest point transom width and such. Thanks Bob
DHBP Member since May 1999
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Re: 14' Aluminum boat w/ 35hp Johnson - Camo In reply to
Bob:
The beam is 60" and 50" at the transom. The depth is 24" at the widest point and a bit over 18 at the stern. Sorry to say that when I pulled it out of storage I found the engine had seized. It looks like there was a head gasket leak that allowed water to pool in the cylinder, even with the fogging spray. So it's the boat and trailer only for $600. I'll cannibalize the engine as spares for my summer boat. Here's a couple photos of the interior.


Terry Desilets
http://www.branding-irons.biz
Follow us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/CustomBrandingIronsInc

Proud Father of a Marine

IN REMEMBRANCE OF MY NEPHEW:
Cpl. Ben Desilets - USMC
KIA 22 May 2007
Anbar Iraq

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Terry Desilets: Aug 11, 2010, 10:25 PM