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lipton

SOLD###-Ahoy 7x14 standard fishhouse/camper

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This fishouse has crankdown wheels,fiberglass exterior,fully insulated including floor,3 windows with screen, 6 holes,flip up table,15000btu direct vent furnace,110and12 volt lighting,shelf, curtains , carpet,fold down couch with storage underneath, these items are also included(will not sell these items seperately)rattle wheels,microwave,television, 1000watt mitsibishi generator,stikemaster electric auger 12000dp, 2-30# aluminum propane cyclinders(mounted on front)Small electric refrigerator(removable) This fishhouse/camper was only used 1 season. Allitems were purchased in 2006. Over 10,000 dollars invested selling for 7,200 due to illness. Can e-mail more pics if interested.

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I'll take some pics- brdmtrx at yahoo.com

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I am reducing the price to 5500.00 dollars any bites

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Pics are on the way Lipton

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Please email me some pictures: Trying to convince my brother to go 1/2s with me on a fish house for winter

northstaroutdoors (at) gmail ((Contact Us Please))com

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I will send some pics. would you let me know if you receive them. Thanks Lipton

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pics please waconiabobber at yahoo (Contact Us Please) com

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shoot me some pics also hondavxr @ yahoo . com. Thanks

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Wheres the house located? would also like to see pics please.. jpkissel@hotmail.com

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Rec'd Pics & would like to look. Email me where & when I could Thanks, Wishinferfishin

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this fishhouse/camper is sold.

the ahoy fishhouse has been sold.

Thank You very much this is a great website.

thanks again Lipton

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