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Evinrude 20 hp.

Older Evinrude long shaft elect. Start outboard complete with controls.

March 24, 2019


4hp Evinrude outboard

Steady running motor. Starts first pull. Good impeller. Gas tank & hose not included. 250-221-3099

March 23, 2019


Boat Gas Tank

Boat gas tank $30

March 23, 2019

150.00 each

Antique Oars

These oars are feather light Circa 1930’s Absolutely Clear Western Red Cedar Oiled to a bright finish !0 Feet Long These would look great on […]

March 22, 2019
Porta Potti 1

$125 OBO

Porta Potti 265 – NEW

Porta Potti 265 Travel RV, Camping, Boat toilet. Easy to detach – Easy to carry and hygienic – Easy to Empty – Level Indicator – […]

March 22, 2019


Camper ladder

Metal camper ladder

March 21, 2019
Weaver Davit System 1 smaller


Weaver Davit System for Dinghy

Complete Davit System for 8 to 9 foot dinghy. All parts and pieces c/w the original installation manual. Works great! Have more photos of original […]

March 20, 2019


Ships Clock

Small Brass Ships Clock by Bulova Electronic movement uses one AA Battery 25.00 you pick up 10 min from Ganges

March 18, 2019


Trailer Equalizer Hitch & Sway Bar atta...

Trailer equalizer hitch & sway bar attachments all in great shape. Easy to install. Selling for $225 as a set only.

March 13, 2019


Boat fuel tank

Good condition Krishna Cell 778 251 2431 Landline 250 931 2655

March 11, 2019


Yamaha 6 Horsepower Outboard

2016 Yamaha 6 horsepower 4 stroke outboard motor with built in fuel tank and remote tank. bought new for 1600$ plus tax has approximately 8-10 […]

March 9, 2019


Volvo MD 11c

Volvo MD 11c diesel engine for sale. Very good condition, with top end rebuild by owner, with less than 10 hours since this work was […]

March 3, 2019


Yanmar 2GM20 Diesel engine

Yanmar 2GM20 diesel engine, runs well,raw water cooled,complete with control panel. Can be seen running. Also have a Yamaha 4hp 4 stroke outboard with tank […]

March 3, 2019



Brand new, never used, paid over $50 asking $35 Provides maximum flow for improved engine performance Part no. 07482 3/8″ x 80″L Replaces: Mercury OEM No. […]

February 28, 2019


sandblasting hull

Need some sandblasting done?? we go to all the islands and we do Marine, Automotive, Aviation, Commercial & Residential, Graffiti, Road lines, Parking lots, cement, […]

February 23, 2019

$1000 obo

CNG Marine Stove and tanks

Selling the compressed natural gas(CNG) stove out of my boat. Kit includes everything in pics: stainless steel stove, 2x CNG tanks, and CNG regulator assembly. […]

February 23, 2019

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