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SOLD***Lund pro v 1700

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1989 Lund pro v 1700, 3 pedestal seats, live well and lots of storage, pioneer am/fm/cd player, good carpet, 2 humminbirds, travel cover, waleye master splash guards, minnkota 55pd bow mount, 1989 sparten roller trailer with new tires and spare. This unit has always been stored inside. $6200.00

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60 hp evinrude tiller

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Can I get pictures please I will be up there next weekend for vacation. Tanner_b23@yahoo.com

Thanks

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Pics please andyk@rrt.net

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pics please

joe.sebesta@gmail.com

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If you still have this for sale, could you send me some pics to khager@cesco.com? Thanks.

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Pic please...freddie8858@yahoo.com

thanks!

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pics please woodman@paulbunyan.net

Thanks

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Can I get some pictures please? skmadsen@charterinternet.com

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If its still for sale, can you please send me some pics?

pfzelmer@aol.com

Thanks

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Me too, if the boat is still available could you send some pics please

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tjohnson your email wont go through

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where do i send it??

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Me too, if the boat is still available could you send some pics please
email address??

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Me too, if the boat is still available could you send some pics please
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Pics please andyk@rrt.net

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pics please to dchristianson@arcticcatinc.com

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