14' semi v aluminum boat & trailer - $600 (Westwood)

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boat type: rowboat
propulsion type: human
condition: good
length overall (LOA): 14
make / manufacturer: Duracraft
model name / number: KAZ467711207
year manufactured: 1957
I'm selling my 14' semi v aluminum boat & trailer. I'm including two paddles and two rod holders. According to the label, it can have up to a 35 hp motor. I've owned it since 1989 and it's been alot of the lakes near KC. I fished it last year mostly on Lake Jacomo w a 25 hp motor. It's currently water tight, but periodically, you'll need to tighten a rivet or seal a leaky rivet with sealer. I've used one made by 3M with great success. It sits on a tilt trailer, but I somehow damaged the pin and haven't found the right size to replace it. The tires are good. I have bearing buddies to make greasing easier, but both caps have disappeared. I've modified one and can do the other if needed.

The biggest bodies of water I've had it on are Stockton Lake and the Mississippi River near La Cross WI. I think it's perfect for lakes like Lotawana, Winnebago, Jacomo. If you have a small outboard or even a trolling motor, it will zip around. It's good for two people fishing, but three, feels really tight.

Small boats with matching low hp outboards are great for getting kids into boating. There are lots of alternatives to small boats, but look at the alternatives. Buying this is cheap and if you don't like it, it's priced so you can offer it up at the same price and walk away.

It's a KS boat & trailer. There are no titles, but I'll write up a bill of sale, so if you're a MO resident, you can license it. If you have questions, I'll try to answer them.

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