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Alumacraft Lunker V16 LTD w/ 40 hp Merc********SOLD********

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This is a 1996 Alumacraft Lunker V16 LTD with a 2003 Mercury 40 horse 3 cylinder motor. Boat was owned by my grandfather from 96 to 02. Prior motor on it was a Johnson that had the oil pump fail thus the 03 Mercury. Boat and motor are in excellent condition and have always been garage kept or covered. Located in Amery WI, approx 1 hr 15 min NE of Cities.

Extras:

Spartan trailer, power trim and tilt, Minnkota 44# thrust 12v trolling motor, bow and stern mounted anchors, Eagle Fishmark 320 at bow with transducer on trolling motor, Eagle Cuda 128 at counsel with transducer at stern, 2 gas cans, 2 batteries, the trolling motor battery is a brand new Optima, cover, aerated livewell and bait bucket, 3 seats + 1 pedestal seat, reinforced side rails, rod holders for trolling, registration in WI good until 2010.

Asking $5950 obo

I can email pics if interested. This is a great boat, it has always been very reliable for me and is ready to fish. Cell: 715-554-1895 Brent, I don't have real good reception where I currently live so please leave a message or write an email: blat0104@hotmail.com

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Pics please - jwhjr17@comcast.net

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Got them, thanks!

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Pics are in you inbox

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pics please

ducksniper34@hotmail.com

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svergeldt@itctel.com

thanks

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Thanks brova!!

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pics Please dan@cellexperts.net

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Pics please andyk@rrt.net

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could i possibly get some pics if this boat is still around czjohnson05@aol.com

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Eyes you have mail.

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Pics please? jaymey@frontiernet.net

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is it still for sale? if so can you send pics to bennie129@hotmail.com?

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It is still for sale and I sent some pictures.

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can you send pics to djlong86@hotmail.com

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