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***Polaris Indy 500 Classic Touring 2-up***SOLD***

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Outstanding condition 1996 Indy 500 Classic Touring 2-up. Electric start/Reverse + Many extras, including;

-Windshield bag

-Tank bag w/map holder

-Lg rear cargo carrier for gear or gas or ?

-Full body cover from Scheer Madness

This sled is as close to show room as it gets. Always stored indoors, and riden only by my wife. It also has an adjustable back rest, rear hand guards & hand warmer for the rider & the passenger. It is a very comfortable trail sled, and would be great for ice fishing. We are asking $2500, $2200. Pictures are available upon request. You can reach me @ 612-685-4407. The sled is in Blaine.

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How many miles does it have on it?

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I have to double check that, but I believe just over thirty- five hundred. I had the compression checked last fall when we put on new slides, and it was stil at factory specs.

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pics please dnice1707@yahoo.com

thanks

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 Originally Posted By: dnice1707
pics please dnice1707@yahoo.com

thanks

Pics sent!

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Could I get some pics, please.

sjlaav@netscape.net Thank you.

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 Originally Posted By: jigginlow
Could I get some pics, please.

sjlaav@netscape.net Thank you.

Pictures sent.

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pics please meeker806@hotmail.com

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 Originally Posted By: The Freak
pics please meeker806@hotmail.com

thanks

Pictures sent!

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