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14' X 8' V Icecastle Fish-camp-haul PRICE REDUCED

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2004 Ice Castle custom built white 14' V Ice house.

Fish camp haul

1500 empire furnace

corner kitchen with cabinets & 3 burner cook top

110 - 12 volt wiring & lighting

solar trickle charger

2 fans and extra lighting

2 30lb tanks

spare tire

popup antenna

front door double wide rear

3 thermopane windows

rear collapsable dinnete and bunk bed

insulated floor

diamond plate stone guard

front room in V

9 holes

retail price new over $10,000

used price $7000 OBO now $6500 OBO

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Phone 320-253-8337

Email loubob2@clearwire.net

Sauk rapids mn.

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pics. please mschansonfarms@loretel.net any bunks? also, does it have retractable hitch and what ball size?

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I will get pics out tonight it does have bunks professionally upholstered, scissor hitch, two inch ball

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e-mail pics, please tauger1965@msn.com

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pics please to blwins@hutchtel.net

Thanks,

Iceseeker

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Pics please

mark_duchene@yahoo.com

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Pics please. hoernemann@wildblue.net

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Pics please to muskymaven@embarqmail.com

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all pics sent to date

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pict. please weenugg@msn.com

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pics please to lab@physics.umn.edu

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e2, didn't recieve pics.....mschansonfarms@loretel.net

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I know some people had trouble receiving the pics that I sent so I have figured out how to post them here. Take a look.

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pics please ssnobl@canby.mntm.org

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great deal every thing you need,ready to go

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PRICE REDUCED must see

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E 2 Fish, what does this weigh?

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I do not know the exact weight of my house the dealer says a steel sided house with ceader finish inside weights less than 3000 mine is lighter alluminum sided and panel finised. however i do have the 2 1/4 inch spindles rather than the standard 2 inch so it can easly haul a 4 wheeler or snowmobile.also keep in mind the wheels need to be properly alligned many houses are not hope this helps

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stewart,the weight rating is what it will haul not the weight of the fishhouse.i believe that was your question. thanks.if i am wrong let me know.

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That is a nice deal. Wish I had the cash for it.

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Is the heater vented? Also, is it 14' to the tip of the V?

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yes the heater is vented and the v front is about 3' more total 17' If you build this fish house on line at one of the ice castle dealer web pages you can see what the actual retail price would be. this would not include my custom features and battries ect. thank you

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Does it just have the one sleeper in the back or how many does it sleep?

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the one set of bunks are ideal for 2 people 2 can sleep in one bed but it would have to be your significant other. room for cots would sleep 4 very comfortable.

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Will you please send me pictures.

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