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1956 Swift 15ft wood classic runabout mercury outboard Tee Nee trailer restored

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1956 Swift 15ft wood classic runabout mercury outboard Tee Nee trailer restored

End Time:8/25/2017 11:47
Sold Price:$3,995
Listing Format:Chinese
Location:Neenah, Wisconsin (54956)
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You are looking at a rare .Beautifuly restored 1956 Swift Tropic Ranger 15 ft runabout. These were built in MT Dora FL by Joe Swift he produced very few Runabouts like this one which the rear seat folds flat in the floor for fishing. But Joe built over five thousand race boats,he finally sold the company and moved to WI and went to work for Mercury. The boat sports its original colors Coral and creamy white, also has new matching interior. The Tee Nee trailer was also completely restored new everything. The motor is a like new 1988 Mercury 45hp with tilt and trim. This is a show winner and is ready to go. The starting price at 3995.00 is way less than I have in it but Its time for it to go. If your coming from a distance within 30 miles we have the EAA . the National railroad museum and Lambeau Field. Any questions please call me at 920-450-4000. Track Page Views With Auctiva's FREE Counter

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