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Glastron Fiberglass Boat With Trailer (salvage Or Fix Up) on 2040-parts.com

US $0.99
Location:

Buckhannon, West Virginia, US

Buckhannon, West Virginia, US
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You are looking at a Glastron boat and trailer that should be considered as salvage, however I had planned to reconstruct it but just dont have the time to work on it. The boat hull is solid on the outside except for one small hole in the front left that is no problem to repair. The interior will need some new wood in the floor where the live well was. The unit was wrecked when it came unhitched from the vehicle towing it. The trailer tongue is bent so it will need to be replaced as well as the runners on the trailer. There are no wheels or tires and it will need to be picked up and hauled with a trailer. Local pickup only. Does not include a motor only the controls and miscellaneous hardware that are in the boat.

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