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2016 SeaArk 2072 FX Deluxe Center Console with 2016 Fuel Injected 150 Suzuki. The trailer is a new B&W heavy duty ******* with 3500lbs axle with 6 lugs and 15 inch wheels and spare, also has removable folding tounge. This is a new boat with all factory warranty that has been used as a demo and been on the water less than 10 times at this point. It has the factory removable archery deck with 6 ShowMeBowfishing 400 what HPS lights and digital ballasts (we have only put 4 lights on the boat at this time because that seems to be all that is needed, but a total of 6 will come with the boat) and New 3000 watt Briggs&Stratton Inverter. This boat has several options, I will list all options as well as standard equipment and more pictures when I have time. A few options are float pods, swim ladder, Gatorhide interior, cap rails and archery deck, Mossy Oak Break Up paint, green interior strip LED lighting, stainless prop, Stainless steering wheel and tilting helm, leaning post, 40 gallon live well in back and much more.

$39,500 complete, but will separate archery deck, lights and inverter if someone wants (MSRP would be over $42000 for everything). This boat will finance as a new boat and has full factory warranty. If someone is looking for a new turn key boat, it may be easier for some to finance it all together than to buy a new boat and rig it all up out of pocket if they don't already have everything.

Thanks for looking.

Horns Outdoor
Hot Springs Arkansas
501-767-9000
www.hornsoutdoor.net

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These green lights are actually a factory option. They have a switch on the console. We did have to replace the double sided tape with with a better 3M product to keep them from sagging. They run off of the cranking battery.
 
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