Originally Posted by Nos4r2
... a cosmetically tatty and unknown hours ex-training motor isn't fantastically appealing.
To clarify the engine is generally in very good condition,unfortunly some pikie nicked the cowling when the boat was tied alongside a pontoon last year, I sourced a cheap but scratched cowling to replace. Hence why the cowling does not look so good cosmetically. Now of course it lets the rest of the engine down a bit.
(no jokes about some pikie selling me a scratched cowling as he no longer needed it please)
Thanks for advice Peter and Nos
As Nos suggest i will sell it with a fuel can and fuel hose so it is ready to go.
Luke, I guess Peter's estimate of a grand is a bit less than I would like but an easy sale would probably persuade me to go nearly that low. If i have to start ordering replacement decals etc then the price goes up.