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harvey lee

Snowmobiles for sale--Both SOLD

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Looking for an afforadable machine for the winter? Pull your portable or just go trail riding. These babies are ready to rock.

1997 Ski-doo MXZ 583, excellent shape--SOLD

1358 miles------------- $1,500.00

1994 V-Max 600 LE with elec start

studded track 2,140 miles----- $1,000.00--make me a deal I cannot say no to. Sled runs good.

more info or pictures

leeharvey@frontiernet.net for pictures or

work- 952-445-1235--ask for Greg

home- 952-445-3679--ask for Greg

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Pictures sent Steve.

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On the Ski-doo: Reverse? Electric start?

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NO. The V-Max has elec. start.

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harvey

Can I get pictures of the ski-do. Do you get out to the races in arlington and do they still race sprint cars?

mark

julimark@msn.com

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Pics sent. Yes, my son races the 74 modified at Arlington. yes, they still have the sprint cars.

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All pictures have been sent out.

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All pics sent.

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Pictures sent. Lets make a deal on these sleds and move them. Snow is coming soon.

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Both sent. Like Bob barker would say--Lets make a deal.

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Quote:

Both sent. Like Bob barker would say--Lets make a deal.


Monty Hall used to say that all the time, also. =P

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Looks like I'm wrong again, confused.gif Monty I guess.

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Bob Barker used to say, "Hey sweetie.... cool.gif " But then again... he could grin.gif

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The Ski-doo is sold and lets make an offer on the Yamaha. The owner wants it to go.

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Picture sent. This sled is going to sell as it has to go as there is no room left in my buddies garage. It does need a battery and could probably use a set of carbides and then she is ready for the upcoming snow soon.

If you need a good runner for snowmobiling, fishing or just for the young ones, lets cut a deal. make me an offer I cannot say no to and its gone.

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The snow is coming and the Yamaha is ready to go. No one looking for a cheap used sled?

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Picts. please Harvey.

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O.K. I'm in too. A sled might be a requirement for the D.R. Bside Bash this year! blush.gif Pics to tsac4@hotmail.com. Please.

Thanks HL

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