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mskyfshntchr

6.5 x 15 V Front Wheel House FOR SALE--SOLD

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mskyfshntchr

Here are the details:

Frame and outside:

6’6”x12’ square- 3’ v front

main frame-2x4 steel

walls and ceiling frame- 1x2 steel

siding- Aluminum sheeting

Peaked roof

Easy up and down pin system for quick moving

Road legal at 8’6”

Inside:

1" styrofoam insulated walls and ceiling

NEW lightweight, white fiberglass sheeting

2 bunks with pads

Table that folds off of bottom bunk

NEW 10,000 BTU vent free heater

6 holes to fish comfortably- each with own lights on switches

2 overhead lights on switches

Radio/speaker

Nice cabinet

1 thermopane window

1 opening window

1 skylight in v front

2 vents

6’10” inside height in middle

6’5” inside height at sides

Access to outside for LP hookup-NO LP bottle inside

Access to outside for 12v hookup- to charge battery

Battery box (no battery)

Curtain rod in front- bathroom area

Shack is about 10 years old and has been very meticulously cared for. Shack was stored on blocks when not in use. The heater and inside sheeting are NEW! Very comfortable to fish from and real easy to move around to your favorite spot on the lake.

This shack is ready to take to the lake and fish out of today!! All you need is your auger and gear!!

$3250

email: hammerintravtime@yahoo.com for pictures or with questions

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Ryan_V

please send pics also... rverdeck at earthlink dot net

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All emails and posts here have been replied to.

So, if you have not received pics, shoot me another email and I will get them to you.

Thanks!

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newfoldener

Could I get some pics please. newfoldner at msn . com

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Everything has been replied to at this time.

So, if you have not received pics, shoot me another email and I will get them to you.

Thanks!

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All are updated. I accidentally deleted one email, so if you did not get pics, resend me an email. First name on the email was Ian. Sorry about that.

Thanks!

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Tripleplay

pics please to hinestrips@yahoo.com

thx. Irv

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pics please to jimbuboltz at yahoo dot com

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All updated. Let me know if you haven't received pics. With the site being down and messages lost I may have lost some.

Thanks!

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send pictures to schaefer_js@yahoo.com

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pics please. tjsweep@hcinet.net

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pics please Tabramowski@charter.net

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pics please kestnn01@hotmail.com

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All pics have been sent! Anyone with questions, leave me a post or shoot an email to hammerintravtime@yahoo.com

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pics please norball22@yahoo.com Thanks,

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