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Shadrap5SJ

2003 Lund 1775 Pro V SE

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This is a 2003 Lund 1775 Pro V SE powered by a 2002 Suzuki 115hp four stroke engine. This is a dual console boat. It has a Lowrance LMS332c graph/gps at drivers console and a Vexilar FL8-slt on the bow. On the bow is a 65lb thrust/ 24volt Minnkota Autopilot with two Optima batteries and a Minnkota 2 bank on- board charger. This boat has in-floor rod storage, four Lund air ride seats, am/fm cd stereo, a butt seat on bow, rod holders and a snap on cover with a 2003 Spartan roller trailer. This is a clean boat always stored inside! $18,000 obo Feel free to give me a call. Christian 763-218-0333

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Shadrap, where are you/the boat located?

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Could you send some pics to epic@sasktel.net please?

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Scoot, the boat and I are in Big Lake and I'll get some pictures out to you guys!

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Christian, I didn't get the pics. Did you get my e-mail? My e-mail addy is in my profile.

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Pics please, my email is in my signature. Thanks!

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Pics to tower15@cox.net

Thanks

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Scoot, I tried to send them but got some message that It wouldn't go through. I'll try again and get some pics to the rest of you!

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Christian,

I got the second e-mail. I received two pics in it. Looks like a nice rig, from the pics.

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Scoot, Glad you got them and it is a nice rig! Thanks

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pics. please my buddy is in the market to up grade garynmarti@msn.com

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Pics on the way. Let me know if you get them cause I've been having some trouble getting them out! Thanks

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I haven't seen any pics yet? jwhjr17@comcast.net

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Christian,

I talked with my buddy last night. He's in the process of buying a house and just doesn't feel like now is the time to dive into a boat. He almost decided to drive down to see it (in which case I'm sure he would have written you a check and driven home with the boat), but he just couldn't pull the trigger. If you've got in a few months I'd guess he'll be calling...

Looks like a nice rig at a pretty realistic price, so I doubt you'll still have it. Thanks for the pics and the conversation- good luck with the boat sale and the finishing of the basement.

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Pics Please, johncolson@comcast.net

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I'll try sending the pics again jwhjr17

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Thanks Shadrap, I got them \:\)

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i got pics. i'll give the info to my buddy. looks like a clean rig.

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Pics please kjund@hotmail.com

Thanks

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sounds good chomp! It's a clean boat. I'll get some pics out to ya fishguy!

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Shadrap5SJ could you send the pics again, I did not get them.

kjund@hotmail.com

Thanks

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I'll try again. Thanks for letting me know!

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could you send pic's to my email thanks

travisbrothers@hotmail.com

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please send me some pics at henny_55@hotmail.com

thanks

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would like to take alook give me a call.651-276-1386 travis

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