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**SOLD**'93 Basstracker w/ 40hp Evinrude ('93)-- 2,700--NOW $2,400-Now $2,200-

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15'10" 1993 Basstracker with 40hp Evinrude ('93). Has a Minnkota powerdrive (40#), depthfinder, livewell, 2 batteries, and gas tanks. Has damage to skag (Oooops blush.gif)and leak which has been JB welded (Ooops blush.gif). This is a great boat for getting into places the others can't and has a very fishable layout with a platform in the bow. Pics are available (as of tomorrow).

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I need to sell this boat quickly. Any takers at $2,400?

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Pics please, this boat sounds perfect for my uncle

mtrierwe @ yahoo.com

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pics please...

christensen17 at msn dot com

Thanks!

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I mighta figured how to post pictures!

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Or maybe not confused.gif

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Thanks Sly!

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Hmm... didn't know that. Here's my try for all pics... not sure what you did wrong.. I put a return between each line. (and fixed that one odd link) Neat boat!

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Sly you're a genius!!!! Wanna buy a boat? grin.gif

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Looks and sounds like a great deal! I'd love to replace my 14'/15hp Lund... but $$$ calls in other ways. Good luck on selling the boat!

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Any takers at $2,200. I've gotta make the down payment on my new alumacraft in ~1week. I'm gonna leave the boat for about that much longer and then I'm gonna have to take the trade in at the dealership.

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Lowered the price again. Getting a little desperate. Need the money for the down-payment. Someone pitch me an offer!!!

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Last chance everyone. $1.700.

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Give me a call @ 320-968-8420 if you are in.

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would you be willing to sell the trolling motor separate from the rest of the rig? email is burandar at uwec dot edu if you are interested drop me a line

walleye_guy18

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Have you sold the boat yet? If not, what is the condition of the skag and leak in the boat? Thanks for the info.

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