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Looking for Used Diesel Engine

Hey everyone, I'm new to the site and have been looking for a small diesel engine to install in my 27ft Standfast Loper (Dutch made '78 model). Have been unsuccessful so far asking around the marinas and local shipyards.

I have been looking for a used Yanmar 2GM20 (13hp) or something like this motor (10-20hp). If you happen to have one for sale or have any advice please provide some feedback.

Live in Charlotte, NC and boat is in the Chesapeake Bay near Weems/Deltaville area.

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Re: Looking for Used Diesel Engine

Craigslist and ebay will often have used engines. Good luck.
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Re: Looking for Used Diesel Engine

Check the classifieds here for used diesels. I installed a used 2GM on my boat.
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