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Surplus Outboard and Zodiac Available....

We acquired an outboard motor and a Zodiac with the boat that we recently bought. We don't need them. If there is anyone in the Southern Ontario region who is looking for a tender, they are for sale. The ouboard is a 4hp Johnson - unknown vintage but it appears to be in very good condition, is on a wooden stand. The Zodiac has a solid sole (floor) and is in fair to poor shape. Has a leak somewhere. Certainly repairable but needs to be fixed to be of any use. Can email a pic if asked. Selling both together for $400.00 Cdn. not negotiable...
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$400 Cdn. Would you trade for Park Place with 1 house???

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Here I am, trying to be decent, offering a magnificent package for a paltry sum to the less fortunate and what do I get ??? A republican who still seems to believe in the solvency of the debt-based greenback...
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The longer you have it, it will become negotiable. 2 strokes are tough to get rid of now that a lot of areas don't allow them. But you may be able to sell it to someone in upper Ontario (tabernac das good!) If the Zod is PVC and starting to "melt" for lack of other terms, may not be saleable. Good luck!

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