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6 1/2' X 14' V-Front Fish House

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6 1/2' X 14' V-Front Fish House, smooth white aluminum siding, one piece rubber roof,drop down tongue w/ leaf spring suspension on trailer. Insulated floor w/roll on bed liner on floor. Atv door and side door with three slider windows. Dual LP tank holder, generator plug, outside light over side door and Diamond plate rock guard on front. Wired for 110v and 12 volt. Also has Atwood stove and oven with knotty pine interior. Also has couch/bed that folds up against wall. Pictures available. $4700 or best offer. Email me at STSIEMER@NETINS.NET

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SVO, My email keeps getting rejected all other pics have been sent.

Thanks

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A couple questions:

How old is it?

How many holes?

How many does it sleep?

Thanks

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It was just built, there are 6 catch covers for it, but the holes not been put in yet as everyone has there own preference as far as how many and where the holes are. The couch/bed would sleep one comfortably, two if you really like each other.

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Where is the house located?

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I'm in northern Iowa about two hrs from Minneapolis, Sorry for the delay I've been out of town.

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Do you still have the shack? Atwood is the cooking stove I assume, how about heater? Do you have pic's of the ramp door, from outside closed? tschidas@aol.com

Thx

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Price reduced $4400.00 or Best Offer

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FEZ

Where in Iowa are you located? I,m in southern MN, would'nt mind taking a look at it If I have time this weekend.

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Thats a very good deal and nice house for 14' new, and with the ammenities it has.

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I'm located near Mason City, Give me a call 1-641-430-2068. I'm also willing to meet you with it somewhere if that would work.

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House has been sold

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