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Excellent Essex Industries Canoe Electric Trolling Ash Wood Motor Mount-adj Styl on 2040-parts.com

US $75.99
Location:

Springfield, Oregon, United States

Springfield, Oregon, United States
Condition:Used

GOT A WOOD CANOE:THIS WELL MADE ASH WOOD CANOE MOTOR MOUNT FROM ESSEX INDUSTRIES HAS SEEN LITTLE USE. A SUPER NICE ACCESSORY FOR ELECTRIC TROLLING MOTORS ON YOUR CANOE! ADJUSTABLE. PLEASE SEE ALL 10 PICTURES FOR DETAIL. THANKS AND PLEASE SEE MY OTHER ITEMS.  Check out my other items! 

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