17′ Bee Craft Bass Fishing Boat 115hp Mercury Motor
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Up for auction is a nice 17' bass fishing boat. The boat is manufactured by Bee Craft, 1989. fiberglass Minn Kota trolling motor w/ pedal controls newer Humminbird fish finder older Humminbird fish finder (missing the bracket that attaches to boat) 2 pedestal bass seats 3 extra seats in the middle (bench style) 2 live wells 2 storage fishing rod storage 2 deep cycle batteries, that hold a charge well (1 yr old) 115 hp Mercury outboard motor, 1979, inline 6, dual axle trailer Overall the boat is in great condition. The Mercury motor was completely rebuilt 3 years ago, at a Mercury dealer in Chicago. Since then the boat was only used a few times. We must sell as our family is now much bigger and the boat is too small for us. The motor power tilt up does not work. Power tilt down does work, it is not the pump, it's something minor according to our local marina. They can not get our boat in for 3 more weeks to fix. (about $100 or less). One small spot on the boat floor was dry rotted, we had that replaced and new carpet put down. The new carpet is a lighter color, but matches fine. The trailer is a 1979 all steel, tandem axle. We put new tires on it. Spare is included. We will not ship, deliver or anything of this sort. You must pick the boat up. It is for sale as, is where is. We would like a $500 deposit within 24 hrs of auction's end via PAYPAL, and pickup within 3 days of auctions end. The remainder in cash upon pickup. We are open to offers if you can not wait until auction's end. Item is for sale locally, we reserve the right to end auction early if item sells. Please email with any questions.On Jul-19-10 at 10:52:31 PDT, seller added the following information: To answer a question, the beam of the boat is 7 feet (the beam is the widest part of the boat.)