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Dave

SOLD-2007 LUND 2010 PRO GUIDE/ 175 Mercury OptiMax

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2007 LUND 2010 Pro Guide

2007 Mercury 175 OptiMax with Mertens Power Tiller

2008 Shoreland'r Roller Trailer

Minnkota Max Pro

Minnkota Vector 3X

Onboard Charger

Vexilar Edge 3 Color

Hummingbird 797c2 Side Imaging with GPS

Wave Wackers

Rod Holders... plus more

Like New !!!!

$30,500 no tax... 10% will hold until April 1st, 2008 and will store inside.

Gary

651-248-1829 cell

763-753-2753 home

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Right there is my dream rig!! Unfortunately it will be a few years before I can swing something like that. Tiller all the way!!

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Diddo on the dream boat, I 2nd Tiller all the way!!! cool.gif

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How come the company truck didn't make the photos this year??? grin.gifgrin.gifgrin.gif

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Nice boat... Too much money for me though eheheh.

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Great looking boat Gary. Man, those trees have really grown up since the last time I was there.

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Quote:

Nice boat... Too much money for me though eheheh.


You got that right! blush.gif

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Bet this one's lower than boat show prices and has more options!

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That's a very good deal with the Merten's system and all the other goodies. A lot fo money yes. But not a lot of money for what you're actually getting.

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monster rig, and a smoking deal.

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This boat is awesome! I'm also a tiller man... Good luck selling it.

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TTT

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SOLD!

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Can we leave the pics up. I get little goose bumps just looking at that rig. cool.gif

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Wow! that boat is nice. Can't go wrong with the tiller. I agree with leavin the pic on here for viewing purposes. I think I might just have to make it my background on my computer.

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This year's model will be identical in setup but black in color. If ya wanna put a deposit on it now, guys, for late fall pickup, you could probably even pick out some of the options. ;\)

The guy who bought this one was allgrin.gif. His banker told him he basically stole it.crazy.gif

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how many hours on it? How many seats come with it? email me , I may be interested. Capt. Josh

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I was looking at one of these at the show really nice!! I am looking for a boat rate now and this one caught my eye love the deck space I was kinda curious what they do as far as speed??

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fishguyd,

The boat shown in this ad is sold.

muskiedreams,

49mph

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 Originally Posted By: Dave
This year's model will be identical in setup but black in color. If ya wanna put a deposit on it now, guys, for late fall pickup, you could probably even pick out some of the options. ;\)

The guy who bought this one was allgrin.gif. His banker told him he basically stole it.crazy.gif

I would think twice about the color of the new one. I have a black Pro V and it gets dirty just looking at it. I gave up trying to keep clean.

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 Originally Posted By: Bandit
I would think twice about the color of the new one. I have a black Pro V and it gets dirty just looking at it. I gave up trying to keep clean.

He's had black boats before. They look sharp, when clean.

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