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I think whomever purchases that is getting a boat and trailer, wouldn't bet on an easy fix on the motor-then again, I'm not a marine mechanic.
 

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There's always a "gem in the rough" you never know. These are good oppertunities for mech's that know what they're doing. = NOT me!
 

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There's always a "gem in the rough" you never know. These are good oppertunities for mech's that know what they're doing. = NOT me!
sorry dude there is never a Gem in the rough on a 1979 boat especially since he said motor over heated.

Trust me I have had a few ;) gems in the rough so to speak and they are always a ton of money more., if that motor was garbage you would have to buy a new motor so your looking at 3-4k EASY for something used. would you stick that much into a 1979 boat? or would you take that 3-4 k add the 1 k and buy something a few decades newer?

I got my gambler for 500 bucks, with out a new motor using my old one I am easy 2-3 k and I have everything and thats all uses stuff, doing it right with a used motor 4-8k doing it right with a new motor 14k easy.

sure I can put the gambler together and be floatable or running for 2k tops if I was really into mickey mousing things together I bet for 500 bucks it would be up and running,

thats the problem with buying old shit you always want to make it perfect and your usually spend a ton more money on it than you really wanted to.

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thats the problem with buying old shit you always want to make it perfect and your usually spend a ton more money on it than you really wanted to.
yup, yes, correct, whatever the words are you hit them on the head. You maybe able to float in that, but dayum thats a F'n money pit
 
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