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I saw this ad on Craigslist advertised for 100.00 as "low hours,well maintained, always kept inside and never fished in saltwater". I don't know if this dude is serious or not but if he is, well, I think its a brilliant idea. Imagine the possibilities, hardly any maintenance, no trailer necessary, easy to put in at your local fishing hole, comfortable chair, trolling motor at ams length...just brilliant.
 

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I've seen that make it's rounds around the web, usually next to a picture of a guy with an outboard attached to a table turned upside down and a trailer home pontoon :)

Funny thing if it's a joke, the cheapest trolling motor i've ever seen is $99 :) Then batteries cost a bit too!
 

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Think I'll hit the military surplus for a couple of exterior fuel tanks from a plane and salvation army for a leather Lazy-Boy... :D
 

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Sad part is that with the motor you'd have to get it registered in NC. Put your numbers down the side and almost take up the whole side of it.:D
 
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