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A-4 for sale upstate NY

I've got an A-4 for sale in Upstate NY. I bought it about 5 or 6 years ago as a replacement engine for the A-4 in my Ranger 33. I bought it because I wanted an engine to swap right in as a replacement while I leisurely rebuilt the original engine. A friend of mine has been storing it for me at his brother's house and his brother is now selling his house so it needs to go. And I haven't had the Ranger in the water for a number of years.
Although I have not used the engine, I bought it from a guy who had had the engine gone through after a cooling system problem put some water into it. Someone then gave him a diesel and he took the A-4 out. I have not run the engine myself but it has the appearance of an engine that was rebuilt. Includes an extra reversing gear, and additional alternator and starter to the ones on the engine
I haven't looked at the engine in a while but I'm pretty sure it is an early engine. Everything is included with the engine, starter, alternator etc. $600. I'm in Denver but the engine is in Honeoye, south of Rochester NY.


Kerry
303-722-1077
303-250-3353
davidkerryedwards at yahoo dot com

Last edited by kerryedwards; 03-25-2008 at 12:33 PM.
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