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FOR SALE: 1989 lund tyee

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1989 Lund Tyee

120hp evinrude

3 seats

cover

minnkota 80lb powerdrive 60" shaft

2 deep cycle batteries

2 bank on board charger

Humminbird depth finder

Runs and fishes great!

$8500/offer

701-370-0672

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can I get some pics please [YouNeedAuthorization]@yahoo.com

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what size? is there a trailer? is motor 89 also thanks tim

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pics please muc33@yahoo.com

thanks

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The boat is 17 1/2. yes the motor is also an 89. Comes with a trailer that is in great shape.

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pics please... nathanclee69@hotmail.com

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Where in North Dakota are you? And any pics that you have I would like emailed to jkjaacks@yahoo.com Thanks.

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Can I please get some pics? pfzelmer@aol.com

Thanks

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Can I get pix also: tritc7@yahoo.com

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I'd like some photos as well...thanks

jimbuck83@gmail.com

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Pics all sent. Let me know if you didn't get them.

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pics please to dchristianson@arcticcatinc.com

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Boat sold. Thanks for the interest.

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