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SOLD------- 2000 WARRIOR 1891 SC EAGLE

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2000 Warrior 1891 SC Eagle 150 Yamaha VMAX, 9.9 Yamaha 4-stroke kicker, Genesis Bow Mount. X-16Color on Dash with built in GPS, X-85 on Bow. Marine Radio with 8 foot antenna. AM/FM/CD Stereo, Rod Holders, Wave Wackers and on-board Charger. Bunk Trailer with brand new Spare Tire. Stored inside, and comes with Custom Cover.

Was Asking $23,900 Now Asking $19,900!!!

Location: Champlin, Minnesota

Seller Name: Chad Fetter

Phone: 612-961-5250

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warriorboats

Check out the new price!!!

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warriorboats

Let's try again

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warriorboats

I am curious why there has only been one inquiry on this boat? It is a great boat in incredible shape!

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JWB475

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I am curious why there has only been one inquiry on this boat? It is a great boat in incredible shape!


If I had to speculate, it is because there are not too many people out there shopping for a 20K boat that frequent the board. All of the lower priced adds seem to get a lot of hits....

My 2 cents...

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warriorboats

Let's try again....

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warriorboats

It's Friday, time to bump it back up.

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warriorboats

bump

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Scoot

Warrior, send me some pics please. scootsfishing (at) yahoo (dot) com.

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BamBam1970

Whats the new reduced price? Are you open to any trades?

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warriorboats

The reduced price is the $21,900 you see in the listing. I am probably not interested in trades at this time.

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vaneeck

Couple quick questions, can you post a picture of inside of boat? I'm interested in the layout from sitting and running the tiller. Also it looks like there is a "ram" mounting post up by the elec motor? is that right and what is it setup for? do you have a wire for the x16c up front?

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warriorboats

I do have pictures of the inside of the boat. If you leave your email, I will send them to you. Or, you can shoot me an email at chad.fetter@ambientconsulting.com, and I will get you more pictures.

That actually isn't a Ram mount up front. What you are seeing is the side of an X-85 that is mounted up there.

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warriorboats

Ok, I am dropping the price again....$20,900.

I am officially below blue book now.

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warriorboats

bumping again

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Let's keep it going

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I really want to sell this boat.

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warriorboats

Ok, The price has been dropped to $19,900

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I sent the pictures to you.

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