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CrawlerKing

Frabill XL Speed Shack...SOLD

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Frabill XL Speed Shack for sale

This is a fold up suitcase style house that has 4 holes. When folded its about 6 x 3. Set up about 6 x 6. Says its a 3 or 4 person house, but really only comfortable room for 2. House is about 5 years old...great condition..no tears..no bent poles. Some rust on clips where tent connects to base. Pictures available. Price: $175

Located in Maple Grove, MN

Cell #: 763 670-6033

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Price reduced....$150

Clarify one point...the 4 holes refer to the number of fishing holes....there are no holes in the canvas! Also, I have fished in the house with my wife, my daughter and a sunflower heater...but, it was crowded.

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I did pay $500 for it....I have a three car garage with a truck, two cars, an 18 foot boat and three portables....the wife said something had to go....

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Is the house still avail Crawler? If so could you send some pics to me...my email is on a post above. Thanks!!

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If this is still available can I get some pics?

Anthony.Stein@blackbox-vs.com

Thanks!

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I cannot believe this house is still for sale.

If I did not have one allready I would be all over this.

One of the nicest suitcase style shacks ever built.

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Don't want to speak for the seller of this house, but I did contact him 2 days ago and he had someone coming to look at it that night...I would assume it's sold fellas!

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House is sold....

Sorry I didn't respond sooner....away from the computer for a couple of weeks.....

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