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Way2slow

70's/80's Terry Bass boat looking for a home.

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This boat belongs to my brother and has been in a field behind my mothers house for the past 8-10 years and has to be moved since she sold the farm.  I'm thinking of getting it and using the trailer to make my a utility trailer.  It has a 70hp Johnson I rebuilt the carbs on and ran great before it was put there.  This is the Terry that's a made similar to the Bomber but a little wider, but no where near as wide as the modern boats and is probably about 16'.  I would not expect the transom or floor to be much good, but I could be surprised. 

Here's the deal, I need about a 4x8 or larger utility trailer.  If anyone has one they don't need and looking for a bass boat project, we can make an even swap and I won't use the boat trailer to make one.  If someone just want's the boat and has a way getting it, they are welcome to it.  If I take the trailer, and no one wants the boat, I will introduce the boat the Mr. Stihl, as in chainsaw. If you want the motor also, I will get started and running in a tank/on a hose and sell it with the boat for $300, or sell it without the boat for $500.   

One other thing, I'm about 25 miles southeast of Macon GA, and there will be no shipping or delivery involved.  Any exchanges will take place at my house.   

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Georgia!

Georgia Bulldog?

That explains a lot! ;)

I would be interested in the 70 HP but I got a project boat now.

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Worth it for the motor.

@Way2slow do you want me to put this in the Flea Market section?  You might get some bites there.

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That fine.  Just figure someone might see it and want a project they could afford.  Like you said, just the motor is worth more than  that.  It's just if I didn't do something with it, we were going to flatten it with a D9 and push it into a huge hole we dug to push all the old cars and junk back there into and cover it over.

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