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trade new 21 ft ALASKA aluminum.&2 axle trailerfor Suburban,Excursion

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real nice all welded ,diamond plate floors,2 livewell and baitwell and fuel tanks

very well built boat with 2 axle disc brake trailer that was custom built to fit like glove

we need a real nice Suburban or Excursion 8 passenger

boat is marine surveyed to have a value of 30 to 35 k

will trade even up for vehicle valued at minumum of $13,500.

call me and lets talk

320-220-1883

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please send pictures of the boat to coombia21@aol.com

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pics please to w k s 1 9 7 4 at yahoo dot com, also let me know if there is anyting else you are interested in.

thanks,

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If you trade for an Excursion make sure it's 7.3 Powerstroke powered.

My wifes has 199K miles and it's been the vehicle we've ever owned. Motor and tranny never touched. Fuel mileage is great for a 8K lb suv at 16-19mpg.

Sounds like a nice boat and somebody with an extra burb or x would be getting a sweet deal.

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i might have something for you if you like fords jonisaacsonconst@yahoo.com

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