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Feldy

Toy Hauler/Fish house PRICE REDUCED AGAIN! Sold!!!!

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I looked at all the ice shacks and nothing was built with the quality and options I wanted. I am selling it to build another next year. I am 6'3 and built it for comfort and fishability.

You won't find more clearance on a frame. I build houses for a living and this is built like a mack truck. It weighs approx. 2800lbs.

14 ft Sportsmans powder coated frame w/5000lb axles

Steel siding

rubber roof

wired for 12 volt w/110 hookup w/tv hookup

large atv single door built by Sportsmans Fish houses

side rv door w/widow (nice sturdy door)

8 holes

oversized dinnette drops down

custom upulsterd seats

36" upper bunk (fixed for storage or sleeping)

3 exterior lights

Oak trim thoughout with wanescot and rod holder

Suburban forced air furnace (to save on room)

1 1/2 rigid foam insulation

carbon monoxide detector

legal width for trailering

insulated windows

3 gel batteries

7ft high ceilings

leave hooked up to truck while fishing

$8000 or bo Call Brent 651-755-6629

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Pics to criess@rpu.org please. As many as you can would be much appreciated. Thanks.

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Pics to lab@physics.umn.edu please. thanks

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FYI - I saw some pics of this when browsing through a "list"...

It is really a nice, really nice shack/toy hauler. Wish I had a wheeler and the $$ \:\)

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Pics. please, mschansonfarms@loretel.net

Thanks!

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Feldy, hope you don't mind, I took liberty to post the pics you sent over. Nice shack. If I'm seeing right, the front is flat, correct? What's the BTU rating of that heater?

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Thats right the front is flat. I was going to go 6 ft all the way but I kicked the front out to make it into a big sleeper. The front inside dimesions are 88 x 50. Just got back from Clear Lake Ia. It was awsome. The btu rating is 19,000. We slept 7 people in it. The back is so wide open after the wheeler is out you have plenty of room to sprawl out.

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Price is lowered to $7400

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No one want a spring deal? Price is lowered to $6400.00

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Pics please ssnobl@canby.mntm.org

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pics please djschlagel1976@yahoo.com

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Do you still have this house? Do you have more pics than what are posted on this sight if so I would like to see them please. tntpett@myclearwave.net

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Does anyone know if this house has been sold or is still available?

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Yes still available. Those are the pics I have for now. I did install new stereo with 6x9s and mp3 player recently. Come take a look. Brent 651-755-6629

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Thanks for all the interest it has been SOLD.

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