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Old 05-09-2005, 03:05 PM
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Creek Co. ODC 916 pontoon 4 sale, Phila, PA area

I have used Creek Co. ODC 916 pontoon boat that may be of interest. IMHO it was one of the highest quality boats Creek Co. ever produced.

Creek Co. ODC 916 pontoon boat with front casting platform that is removable without tools, 6063-T6 marine grade aluminum break down frame, no tools required to break down frame, adjustable foot bars feature six position adjustment to accommodate any size person, Heavy duty 9'x 16" pontoons made of 32 oz. whitewater grade raft material, 500lb capacity, four "D" rings per pontoon, 6-1/2-foot Carlisle 2pc break-down oars, heavy duty brass oarlocks with three adjustment points, Two large cargo pockets and side mounted stripping basket, Driftboat style liftínílock anchor system, PADDED rowing seat can be moved fore or aft to balance any load perfectly and locks in place with four T-bolts, DIAMDOND PLATE rear cargo deck, pump and repair kit included. The boat cost over $1400 new. Boat is located in South East PA, near Philadelphia. Creek Co. stopped making this model due to the high production costs of its USA made quality components. $450.


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