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Simple things you may check is to put a multimeter on the battery terminals to see how much power there is when the engine is off and when it is started.

A starter in good condition doesn't need that many volts to turn over a motor (well, its not really the volts that turn the motor, but the current - a.k.a: Amps - but a good indicator to battery condition anyways), so if you're getting readings even in the high 11 volt range, it should still start.

If you can hear the starter motor spinning, you could have a problem with the starter motor gear/drive mechanism.

I can't suggest a mechanic, I'm not in that area.
 
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