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Pro V's R Us

1998 Lund Pro V 1775 Tiller

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I am selling my Pro V. Here are the items included.

1998 Lund Pro V 1775 Tiller

1998 Custom Eagle Trailer with aluminum wheels

1998 Honda 75 hp engine, stainless steel prop, and alumium prop

2008 Minnkota Maxxum Pro 80 lb. bow mount

2006 Minnkota Vantage 80 lb. transom mount

2006 Lowarance X25 with GPS

1998 Pinpoint no_spam (i think that is the #)

2001 Vexilar FL8 (for the bow mount)

2008 Replaced the trolling motor batteries

2006 Replaced the canking battery

Other things included:

Lund trailering road cover

Wave wackers

Transom saver

Ship to shore radio (marine radio)

The three standard lund seats

One "butt seat" for casting

I would rate this boat at a 7 out of 10. It is not perfect, but it is 10 years old too. There is no dock rash, as I pull it out of the water every night. The boat is stored inside - year round.

I am sure that I am forgeting some stuff, but that is close.

$14,000.00 With all the items included.

I will take some more pictures of the rig this week.

Thanks for the space and looking.

Brent 612 490 0325 Boat is located in Lonsdale, MN

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Price reduced! $ 12,000.00

I am getting my new ride soon.

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Do you have any pictures that you can post?

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I am trying to figure out how to post. I am at the airport leaving for Flagstaff AZ. I will try when I get there. Otherwise, I can send them also!

I am open to offers!!

When I get back I am picking up the new rig!

Brent 612 490 0325

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pics please

jwicklund at manionswholesale dot com

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Pic's are all sent. They are a little dark. If you need more let me know. I am back in town now. So I have the time to do so.

Thanks,

Brent 612 490 0325

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I have taken alot of fresh pictures of the boat. If anyone wants better pic's, please let me know.

Brent 612 490 0325

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I'll have a look at the pics

fish.on @tds.net

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Could you email me some pictures. I live in Lonsdale and might want to take a look at it

mlucca19 at gmail dot com.

Thanks

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How do you post pic's?

You can sign up for an account at flickr, picassa, or another web photo hosting service. Then when creating your posts you click on the picture link you paste the location of the photo. The easiest way to do this is when viewing the photo on flickr or whatever simply do a right click "copy location" and paste that into the text box when you click the photo button in your reply.

I am also interested in the boat, so can you please send me the pictures too. I can post them up for you if you want. Thanks.

Chode2235[at]gmail[dot]com

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you can e mail them to me and I will do it zimmerman_dan_z@yahoo.com

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Pro V email me the pics and I will post them tonight or sunday when I get back from fishing.

jrquist at hotmail dot com

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Pro v's r us--- Your price of 12,000.00 is a little high. I not trying to insult you. Considering the economy the way it is.

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