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I have a 1988 22' Sea Nymph Great Lakes Special with a 140 Mercruiser in it for sale. Runs great. New throttle control/cables, new shift cable, new alternator,  motor coupler, rebuilt carb, new marine radio, 2 year old high top canvas with back drop and curtains, a lowrance fish finder, 2 year old propeller, batteries. All aluminum boat even underneath the floor is aluminum with foam insulation don't have to worry about any rot with wood. Just painted the floor with tan grip paint so no slipping this weekend. Comes with a load rite trailer with new brakes and winch. Boat is very easy to trailer with it's light weight.  Everything has been fixed within the past 3 years. Moved on to a bigger boat that couldn't pass up just as we got this one running where we wanted it.  It is a great fishing boat. We caught a lot of salmon on it. Asking $5,200   *Note*.   kicker motor is not selling with it.  Boat is between Newark and Lyons NY

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These are nice boats. I wish they made more of these with outboards. Good luck with the sale!

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Easy to tow and light weight.   Fuel efficient with the 4 cyl motor should be a good boat for someone out there.

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question..did all the bellows get replaced when you put in new shift cable ? or when were they replaced last  thx 

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On 4/16/2019 at 10:28 PM, Blambam88 said:

Yup still for sale

 

would like to see it if possible, when would be a good time for you?

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Not sure when the bellows were done last. We asked the mechanic who put the motor coupler and shift cable in if they should be replaced since he already had it apart he said it looks like they still have a few years or more on them.

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