I have a 12 ft flat-bottom aluminum jon boat. It is dark green. It is also sturdy, but light (I load it into my truck by myself). I am not sure what year it is, but I do know it is pretty old, probably 80's. It is in pretty good condition (missing some paint, but no real dents), and I just put in a new transom myself. I had aspirations for it but wound up working on another boat, so now I don't need it. I have about $300 in it, but would be willing to take $250. Let me know what you think.
Geary [email protected]
are you still looking for a small duck boat?? i may have my 12' duck boat for sale in the next week or 2. my boat is a 12' myers aluminum V hull with a fiberglass top from an old layout boat. this boat is NOT a cherry. i have used this boat and used it alot !!! if it does leak, it is not too bad. i don't think it leaks. i use a 9.9 hp long shaft motor on it but the transom is a 15 inch transom. i have made a jack plate to accomodate the long shaft. you could use a short or long shaft motor, or just row it. it weighs near 100 lbs ...i do not have a trailer or motor for sale. this is not going to be a big dollar deal. i am trying to purchase a larger open water boat right now. if that happens , the 12' will go. shipping will be more than the boat is worth...i am in wisconsin. i will be under $250 if it does go for sale...remember...not a cherry rig !!!! what do you think ??
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