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    Smile 1986 10' Centurion Tunnel Boat, Evinrude 60 hp short shaft twin, ShoreLand'r trailer

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    Boat in very good condition with exception of a one stress crack. (I believe someone stepped on top of deck) Does not take away from the looks and strength of boat. Bottom of boat very nice.
    Evinrude 1985 60hp block built similar to an sst 45. Short shaft. Engine has not even four hours with a complete rebuild. Runs great. New iridescent paint.
    ShoreLand'r boat trailer in excellent condition.
    $4800.00/bo
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    Where are you located in Wisconsin? Any interest in separating the boat and motor?

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    Lake Nebagamon, WI. I possibly would. What are you thinking?

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    May we see a photo of the stress crack on the deck ?

    If Sulzy is interested in the motor , I'm interested in the hull .

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    Little to far of a drive for me. Thanks for the fast response tho. Good luck with your sale

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    I'd still would like to see a photo of the crack in the deck ...

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    I see the starting point , how far toward the dash does it run ?
    Is it only at the surface level or all the way through and visiable from the inside ?

    Steve

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    It goes about two thirds up. There was a decal over to hide when I bought it years ago. I don't think it is all the way through, although I never could get under the dash to check. It never got any worse. It never bothered me. It is still a real solid deck.
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    $4600.00/ bo

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    Best reasonable offer. I don't have use for anymore. You won't be disappointed.
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