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    57 Skagit 17 $6750

    *Disclaimer* Not one of my boats! Just a CL ad...

    Knowing what I know now about restoring boats, this seems like it's becoming a deal!

    https://seattle.craigslist.org/sno/boa/6010426409.html

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    It has been a few years since I've seen this boat in person,it underwent a light restoration in 2006-2008. The owner when I saw it was a careful person and I could conclude it's been well cared for since. Only thing I'd be concerned about would be the shape of the transom, the motor is a pretty heavy one for it's HP. That said, the motor ( Suzuki built them for Johnson for about 3 years, it's a 4 Stroke) is worth close to the asking price for the boat.....anyhow, what is shape of the transom ?

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    Yeah it's hard to say without seeing it in person. With all the bits and pieces (outboard, trim, trailer etc) you still get a nice little 17.
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