Project Boat To Give Away.

by Marshall J Paulsen

1964 19'6"Grady White and Gator 2 axle trailer to give away as I at 73 am not going to be able to fix it up.

The boat needs a partial transom rebuild and total refinishing.

It has been under a roof since I bought it in 1994 for $1,000.

We water skied with it until one of the two 60hp motors wouldn't hold its point setting without repair.

My subsequent job kept me away from home too much to do hobbies like this.

The boat is made for big water.

The previous owner did a lot of fishing with it.

It has extra carpentry in it like two drop leaf tables.

If someone would like pictures I can try to get my wife to put them up for you as I don't know how.

M

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Jul 08, 2018
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by: Heather

I am not sure when you posted your ad so I am wondering if the boat is still available?

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