Mercruiser Sterndrive Exhaust Riser on 2040-parts.com
Sandusky, Ohio, United States
Listed is an exhaust riser for a Mercruiser engine. In good condition and used in fresh water only.
Marine Discounters (used parts division) buys salvage and unwanted boats and parts them out. I only buy boats here on lake Erie, as such only good/saleable FRESH WATER parts will be found. Credit Cards taken over the phone. Additional handling charges apply to international shipments. Any item purchased, and not picked up within 30 days (paid or unpaid) will be resold. Feel free to ask about these or any other used parts you may need from deck cleats to entire engines. Marine Discounters 419-625-0605. Check out our new parts web site by adding dot com to our name or our retail store located at 1027 First St. Sandusky Ohio 44870.
Exhaust System for Sale
Mon, 26 Mar 2012
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Mon, 28 Nov 2011
On the morning of the day he celebrated 20 years as head of Ferrari, Luca Cordero di Montezemolo says his first thought was about the future, not the past. He pondered what the world's most famous sports-car maker would look like in 2020. "I have not come up with a comprehensive idea yet," said Montezemolo in an interview at his office in Maranello, 11 miles south of Modena in central Italy.
Thu, 26 Feb 2009
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