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    Missed the editing window by 1 minute so my writing was deleted. Purchased a 19' Grumman from WI and had it shipped to MI. Spent 2-3 years looking for a 19'. I have a 17' but wanted the 19'. Would like to add a lift but I'm not sure if those plans are still around or not based on previous years postings.

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    Awesome craft! Love the vintage motors too.
    That's real Alaskana right there. Would be just right to see an old model 70 or model 94 along with a few Trapper Nelson pack boards nestled in one of those canoes.

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    That gives a really good idea about just how much more capacity the 19 footer has. Great looking boat..Moose Worthy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by North61 View Post
    That gives a really good idea about just how much more capacity the 19 footer has. Great looking boat..Moose Worthy!
    It’s also “Lab” worthy!

    https://link.shutterfly.com/cfZvew8SvY

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    What type, hp, and size did you put on the canoe?

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    Quote Originally Posted by aktaxman View Post
    What type, hp, and size did you put on the canoe?
    I haven’t used the 5 1/2 yet but it should be good. I did use the 3 hp evinrude and it moved along at 5 mph. 3 hp - light weight no external tank and easy to launch.

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