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|Moderated by: bartmanaz||
|Economical down easter|| Rate Topic
|Posted: Mon Sep 17th, 2018 07:31 pm||
|27 Foot ALBIN in board diesel , great picnic boat or perfect for trolling. Ford Lehman SP90 4 cylinder engine sips a gallon an hour at cruise. Very seaworthy and comes with triple axle trailer.
All optima blue top marine heavy duty batteries , bow thruster. Full head to keep the ladies in your life happy , cabin suitable for overnight , and small galley.
Many parts and spares included .
This boat served with CG Auxiliary rescuing distressed boaters during storms on Navajo Lake Colorado and New Mexico. Very seaworthy vessel. Full skeg to protect prop.
Important she goes to a good home
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