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Old 04-19-2009, 05:45 PM
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I have two honda's for sale that are currently on a glacier bay i just bought, both crank right up. I already have engines for this boat so I don't need them. Both are right hand motors. $3500 for both or $2000 each.
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Old 04-20-2009, 11:48 AM
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just curious, what engines are you going to mount?
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where are you located so i can take a look, might want both but one for sure if there in good running order. Thanks
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Boat is currently in new orleans, I have another boat with 2004 honda 150's that should be nice on the glacier bay.
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I want to repower soon, like in the next few weeks. I can run engines on the boat now but I will not wait. I'll take $1500 for each or $2750 for both for a quick sale, hell make me an offer. Lets do it now so when I finish installing electronics on the new boat, I can take these off and put the 150's on. If I have to I will just take them off and wait for the right buyer, but I would like to demonstrate while still on the boat.
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how many hours on the motors?

were they hurricane hit motors?
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Electronics are being installed this wednesday, it won't be long till I swap the engines.
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how many hours on the motors?

were they hurricane hit motors?
I would like to know the hours as well ,and if you can demonstrate them I guess they are not hurricane motors
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I bought the boat a few weeks ago from a dealer, motors run fine. The boats hour meters are 1200+/- for one and 1100+/- for the other. I ran a paid search prior to buying the boat and no insurance/salvage claims had been made. Boat was a repo from a bank.
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