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FOR SALE ! Big block Mopar 440 JET BOAT 500 HP ( CUSTOM )

(BREAKING IT IN) Not full throttle, Rare 1965 block built for the police intercepter cars in 1965. For mopar fans please enjoy. LAKE MEAD NEVADA. 906 triple spring heads. all new internals . New american turbine pump with custom work on the impeller. 30. over to a 467. Lots a extras turn key boat. 490 hp at the pump.. No low ballers $ 5000. over 10000 invested. message for details. Located in Las vegas NV.


 


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