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Big Walleye 58

1992 Polaris trail deluxe

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Can anyone help me putting a price on this sled? 2-up sled with under 3000 miles . Very nice to excellent condition. thinking of selling as I already have too many sleds .I know it's probably not the best time of year to sell but I don't want to store either .Has rear rack and cover also. Thanks

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About a grand this time of year. Give or take a few.

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I agree with northlander, somewhere between $800-$1000. If you hang onto it until next winter you might pickup $100 extra.

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Same sled was at our swap meet last week for $1200 and didnt get 1 offer. I would start at $1000 next fall. Trying to sell it now will only get you low ball offers.

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I watched Duluth c list all winter and $1000 seems pretty standard for an older sled like that, mabey even a little less.

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Thanks Steve , you are right it was the same sled.

Mike is that you? I should have guessed. DUH.

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tuff to sell this time of year.

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I'll just hold on to it untill next year . I don't need to sell it just could use some room . It'll sell next year no problem I think as it is in real good condition with rear rack , cover ,skins etc. Thanks for the comments

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