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Corey Bohn

SOLD**2009 Warrior 1890 tiller

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Brand new 2009 Warrior 1890 tiller w/135 hp Mercury OptiMax (w/new Big Tiller handle), Pro Tiller hydraulic steering. Professionally rigged and ready to go! Boat was used for filming/photo shoots for outdoor show and needs to find new home. Immaculate, like-new condition with less than 20 hours on boat/motor. Lazer red/charcoal grey polyflake color with matching Warrior Trail trailer w/disc brakes. This boat is rigged as follows: 23-inch splashguards, Minnkota Vantage 80, Lowrance x-27 color sonar/gps, Merc Smartcraft gauges, 3 batteries, 4 rod holders, wash down floors, on board power charge system, Enertia prop, 2 lighted livewells, 1 baitwell, trolling tabs, AM/FM/CD. This package retails for over $40k including tax and I will sell for $32,500. No MN sales tax when purchasing from private party so this is a smokin' deal.

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Correct me if I'm wrong, but doesnt a person still pay MN state sales tax when registering the boat?

Thats how it works with used autos, atv's, motorcycles, RV's etc.

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If you are buying a used boat, you only pay on the trailer as Wade said. You do have to pay for licensing on the boat unless the boat is up to date.

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As stated in the ad, there is no MN sales tax when purchasing a used boat from a private party. The boat listed is registered in MN through 2010 and has a MN lifetime trailer license. Pick it up, put it the water and go fishing.

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Corey that's a sweet boat and price I wish I could have pulled it together good luck and someone will get a phenomenal deal on this rig

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I am dropping the price by $500 to $32,000 for my 2009 Warrior 1890. See original post above for complete details. This boat has only 20 hrs on it and needs to find a new home.

CB

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I need to hit the lottery. That thing is sweet!!!!

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Hi, Corey

I was wondering if you have sold your boat yet or not. You still live in madison dont you?

thanks,

Kelly Hanrahan

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Corey send me some pictures if ya can also at hanr89@netzero.com

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CAN YOU SEND ME PHOTOS AT chmckeen@hotmail.com

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Hey Corey how's it going? Do you still have your boat. How about a trade? Like maybe 1,500 Lindell Ice Rigs and a lawn mower? Let me know ASAP.... :-) Barry...

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Hey, Corey did you get your new boat? Just wondering if ya did and what you got on it? I sold my boat today and was wondering if you had got your new one.

Thanks

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