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Motors 9.9 at a great price


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By bump-the-stump - Posted on 02 March 2012

I have got 2 motors for sale. One is a brand new still in box Mariner 9.9hp 1995 Model and one just like this one is slightly used less that 10 hours on it. I am looking at getting 750$ for the new one and 500$ for the used one. My Contact number is 205 712 6489

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SOUNDS LIKE A GOOD DEAL IF THEY RUN. DOES IT HAVE A BUILT IN GAS TANK ? HOW MUCH DOES IT WEIGHT?

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