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2004 Crestliner 1750 Fish Hawk

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Just in time for the fall bite, this is a 2004 Crestliner Fishhawk in great condition. It has 125hp Mercury motor with stainless steel prop and an extra alum prop. Karavan bunk trailer with new tires this season, Eagle Fishmark 480 depth finder on the console, 67lb 24 volt motor guide trolling motor, Minnekota two bank on-board charger, one brand new trolling motor battery, 3 pedestal seats and one butt seat up front, two covers – one with windshield on and one without. Boat has tons of storage. Stored inside each winter and much more. This boat can go on smaller lakes with skinny water or on the big northern lakes just the same. This has been a great boat and the only reason I am selling it is that I am fishing a lot of bass tournaments and it does do 65 mph. I would have no problem selling this boat to a friend. Pictures available on request

Any questions, give me a call: Eric @ 763-274-2883 or email me at inko9@msn.com

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What's your asking price?

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Sorry about that. The asking price is $13,995.00

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My e-mail is in my profile. Could you please shoot me some pictures? Thanks.

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65 mph?

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I'm guessing he meant "doesn't do 65" laugh.gif

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Ya I guess I should have proof read a little better. smirk.gifI ment does not so I bought a bass boat. And the wife isn't real high on having 2 boats at the house.

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AndyJ whats up man? Long time no see. What ya been up to. Drop me a e-mail.

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pics plz.. mojoputter@yahoo.com

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please send pics... ry69er2@hotmail.com... thanks!

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Is this still for sale? Please send pics to mapacheslocos@yahoo.com. Thanks

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