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SOLD-1995 Lund Angler DLX with 40HP Johnson

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This is a very clean, excellent condition, great running fishing boat.

1995 Lund Angler DLX 1600

1992 Johnson Tracker 40 HP motor, oil injection, (model TJ40ELENM)

16' Shorelander Roller Trailer

3 Pedastal Seats

Eagle Depth Finder

Side Console Steering

In-floor Storage

Live Well

Locking Rod Storage

Gray color with gray carpet

No trolling motor

Great runner and in excellent condition.

$3,900 or best offer.

I am located between Detroit Lakes and Fargo - pictures available via email upon request. Phone 218-596-8195.

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Pic's sent.

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Pic's should be on the way.

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You should just post the pics on here,

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I would appreciate some pictures

tlwolter at gmail.com

Thanks

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Please send some pics to epic@sasktel.net Thanks

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WCS and Saskfisher - pics have been sent.

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Pics have been sent Squig...

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Bump TTT. Anyone - you won't find one much cleaner - would like to move before winter sets in.

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You should both have pics Rivernut and Henkl. Thank you.

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Pics sent - TMVIKINGS and LURE.

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Pic's were sent HILL. Thank you.

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After Thanksgiving special - $3,700 is now what I am looking for.

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Pics sent Shae.

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I have a down payment to hold the boat until January, so I'm going to go with "SOLD" at this time. I'll reopen if it falls through at that time.

Thanks for all the inquiries.

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