| Condition: || Used || Year: || 1965 |
| Engine Make: || Evinrude Engine || Make: || Original Trailorboat |
| Engine Model: || 40 HP || Length (feet): || 13 |
| Primary Fuel Type: || Gas || Hull Material: || Fiberglass |
| Fuel Capacity: || 1 - 5 Gallons || Trailer: || Included |
| For Sale By: || Private Seller || Engine Type: || Single Outboard |
Up for your consideration is an original Trailorboat from what I was told was 1965. Engine and steering is not hooked up but the wiring is there, as well as the original emblems and rear piece that says Trailorboat on both sides. Needs work as you can tell from the pictures, I can provide more as well. The original company was purchased and has an interesting history which can be easily researched.Trailer is in good structurally sound shape, has new lights, wiring, and two new 8" highway wheels that you find on little trailers like the ones from Harbor Freight. Accepts a 1 7/8" ball. Pulls nice and straight. Bill of sale, has not been registered in a while which means its off of DMV books, so no back registration fees i'm told, so it would be essentially be a new registration which is straight forward.Evinrude 40 horsepower motor turns, but I havent started it. It has an electric starter. Comes with its original squarish cover, not the newer rounded type. Boat would need a gas tank, a battery and a little hook up work.Hull is in decent shape, water ready, could use some patching. I picked this up with full intentions of restoring it and have a cute, fast, little boat that could even be skied behind, but alas, I have an infant at home and that was that.Starting bid price is low, the trailer itself is worth that much, and the engine is worth quite a bit more. Would be happy to assist with shipping or may be able to deliver in Southern California after full payment. Thanks a lot for looking, check my feedback and bid with confidence. Feel free to ask any questions and happy bidding.