favorite
favorite
hide
unhide
flag

Posted

print

1969 Grumman 12' Boat and 1975 Evinrude 9.9 hp engine - $1,300 (Grand Rapids)

1969 Grumman 12' Boat and 1975 Evinrude 9.9 hp engine 1 thumbnail1969 Grumman 12' Boat and 1975 Evinrude 9.9 hp engine 2 thumbnail1969 Grumman 12' Boat and 1975 Evinrude 9.9 hp engine 3 thumbnail1969 Grumman 12' Boat and 1975 Evinrude 9.9 hp engine 4 thumbnail1969 Grumman 12' Boat and 1975 Evinrude 9.9 hp engine 5 thumbnail1969 Grumman 12' Boat and 1975 Evinrude 9.9 hp engine 6 thumbnail1969 Grumman 12' Boat and 1975 Evinrude 9.9 hp engine 7 thumbnail1969 Grumman 12' Boat and 1975 Evinrude 9.9 hp engine 8 thumbnail1969 Grumman 12' Boat and 1975 Evinrude 9.9 hp engine 9 thumbnail1969 Grumman 12' Boat and 1975 Evinrude 9.9 hp engine 10 thumbnail1969 Grumman 12' Boat and 1975 Evinrude 9.9 hp engine 11 thumbnail1969 Grumman 12' Boat and 1975 Evinrude 9.9 hp engine 12 thumbnail
propulsion type: power
condition: good
length overall (LOA): 12
make / manufacturer: Grumman
model name / number: Sport Boat
year manufactured: 1969
This is a 1968 or 1969 Grumman Cartopper, with a 1975 Evinrude 9.9 hp engine. The length of the boat is 12 feet.

The boat is in good shape and doesn’t leak.

The motor starts easily and runs well. It is a 2-cycle engine, and the oil needs to be premixed with the gas, as it does not have oil injection system.

The trailer shown in the pictures is for another boat and is not for sale.

We have the DNR license, which is good until 2026. Just took the pictures, but forgot to put the DNR sticker on first. The registration document shows that it is a 1969, but it is possible that it is a 1968 according to someone who did some research into this after seeing this posting online.

There is a plate on transom for a sonar transducer. There is enough room on the transom to install a battery powered trolling motor, which is what we used to get through some very narrow channels between lakes. The boat has built-in oarlocks, and there are two oars included with the boat.

We applied anti-slip paint to the inside bottom of the boat, as it was very slippery before.

I am not a duck hunter, but I have been told that these boats are good for duck hunting.

The reason that we are selling it is because we upgraded to a bigger boat.

Both the boat and the motor are light enough for many people to lift. They can just be put into the back end of a pickup truck, so a trailer really isn’t needed if you have this ability.

Cash or cashier’s check only. Only email me if you are seriously interested. The boat and I are located near Grand Rapids Minnesota.

post id: 7759168407

posted:

updated:

best of [?]

loading
reading
writing
saving
searching