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scalesandtales

SOLD BOTH-14x7 retractable wheel reduced $1000!

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scalesandtales

Brand new 14 x 7 foot retractable wheel ice house for sale. It also has an additional 3 foot v front to help cut the wind on it's way down the highway. My father built this house as a hobby and it is built way better than what they are selling at all of the commercial places these days. 2x4 walls instead of 2x3 makes a big difference. It also has a porti potti bathroom and table. 2 bunks and six holes. It is so well insulated that you can easily lay on the thick carpeted floor and not be remotely cold. It has a stove to cook on and is wired for both 110v and 12 volts. The inside is complete with attractive paneling and many mouldings, not the cheap white plastic that most put in their houses. It comes with the propane tanks and a battery. There is not a long list of pricey options, everything that comes on the house is sold with it. It comes with a 15,000 btu furnace that will drive you out even in the coldest weather. The house is very airtight and has 2 windows and on in the door. My email is nhenton@pressenter.com. My father's phone number is 651-470-6877. I have pics and would email to anyone interested. The price on the house is $5495. He also has another house the same size and also a 16x8 with a 3 foot v front for sale if you are really looking for a phenomenal house. If he may not be reached, you may try me at 651-247-7051. In both cases ask for "Nick." The houses are available to view in person in Stillwater.

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Nutty Fisherman

The email won't go. Please send pictures of both houses ri1965@hickorytech.net

Thanks

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STILLNOFISH

Scalesandtales,

Are these homes located on Mckusick rd in Stillwater. The description sounds like the pair of fish houses located a block from my place. If so, I may have to take a closer look in the next few days.

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Rywheat

please send photo's of the 8x16 as well thanks ry rywheat 99 at hotmail

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Crestliner-fever

hey how would you lik to send pic's of both those house's sounds like they are very nice send them to dlbusker@hotmail.com thank you

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scalesandtales

the houses are on mckusick

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scalesandtales

Pictures have been sent to all

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newfoldener

could you please send me some pics on all the fish houses and any additional information that you have.

newfoldner@msn.com

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scalesandtales

the price has been reduced 500 dollars to 6495

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Markerboy1

Could you please send me some pics on all the fish houses and any additional information that you have like the max rating for the axles and fish house weight. MSMCamper@hotmail.com

Thanks!

Markerboy

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Flash

Please send pics to p_flicek@yahoo.com if they are still available.

Flash

"Set the Hook"

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