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1994 225hp 225 Hp Evinrude Johnson Outboard Motor on 2040-parts.com

US $300.00
Location:

West Palm Beach, Florida, US

West Palm Beach, Florida, US
Returns Accepted:ReturnsNotAccepted Brand:Evinrude Engine(HP):225 Stroke:2-Stroke

1994 225HP EVINRUDE OUTBOARD MOTOR WITH A 25 SHAFT !!!

BLOWN POWERHEAD

PARTS OR REPAIR  !!!

THE AUCTION INCLUDES THE MOTOR AND PROP ONLY.  

HE MOTOR WAS ACQUIRED LOCALLY. IT WAS PART OF A PAIR THAT CAME IN AS A TRADE IN TOWARDS A NEW SET OF F250HP YAMAHA FOUR STROKES. IT WAS USED ON A SCARAB AND THE MOTOR HAS 599 HOURS. 

THE MOTOR GOT HOT AND THREW A ROB BREAKING THE BLOCK .

TRIM, LOWER OTHER PARTS ALL IN GOOD SHAPE

COSMETICALLY  IT LOOKS REALLY GOOD. THE POWERHEAD IS CLEAN AND THE PREVIOUS OWNER PAINTED THEM A FEW YEARS BACK.

CREDIT CARDS ARE FOR DEPOSITS ONLY. PAYMENT ACCEPTED VIA CHECK, CASH IN PERSON AND BANK TO BANK WIRES.  

SHIPPING WILL RUN $180 IN FLORIDA, $320 ON THE EAST COAST AND $355 TO THE MID WEST AND WEST COAST. (PER MOTOR)

INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING IS AVAILABLE

IF YOU HAVE ZERO FEEDBACK PLEASE DO NOT BID UNLESS YOU CALL OR EMAIL ME FIRST.

 IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN THIS ONE PLEASE GIVE ME A CALL AT

561 282 7067  BEFORE 10PM EST........RUSS

    

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