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Coastworker 180 Fast Fisher Boat

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Last update: 10.02.2017

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Engine Type:Evinrude 60HP 2 Stroke
Length (Feet):18
Engine Manufacturer:Evinrude
Engine Model:60HP 2 Stroke
Use:Salt Water
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Coastworker 180 Fast Fisher Boat for sale
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Classic Coastworker 180 Fast Fisher Boat for Sale
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Coastworker 180 Fast Fisher very popular and spacious fast fisher.
The boat is in very good condition, apart from having 'springy fore deck' (Might need replacing)The engine has been regularly maintained, and has just been serviced could do with new battery cables and kill switch.
We are selling it as project for someone. All in all good boat needing some time spending on it to make it great sports boat.
The trailer is in very good condition but requires mud guards.

The winning bidder will be required to pay in full within week of the end of the auction.

Category:Motor BoatsSubcategory:Fishing BoatsSales status:availableManufacturer:CoastworkerModel: 180Mooring Country: United KingdomCurrency:GBPYear built:1990'sLength:18 ft

Propulsion:OutboardEngine manufacturer: EvinrudeNo. of engines:1HP:60
Call Ash Marine for more info or to arrange viewing. 01392 877800

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