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mrbigdawg

SOLD-1979 sylvan 18 foot deal of the summer

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I have a 18 foot sylvan for sale. It's a nice deep boat.

Here is what comes with it.

A 1979 75hp evinrude W/tilt. This is a very nice running

motor

A 12 volt 42# trust auto pilot tiller bow mount trolling

motor.

Hummingbird 3D graph W/speed

Zercom flasher on the trolling motor

Extra prop

There is a wear spot on the front deck. I did replace the carpet and flooring 3 years ago. This rig is ready to fish

yacht club trailor W/new tires last year

transom saver

ok $2,000 I can't beleive i'm going to sell this boat so cheap this is the deal of the summer where else are going to find a 18 foot boat w/trailer and runs great for this price

need to go wife thinks two boats is two many

Please call troy at 320-214-0173 or email me at mrbigdawg40athotmail.com can also send pics

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could you Email pictures to-

b tunell at att. net

Thank you- RR4

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pics are sent

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I too would like pictures: eyes317 at charter.net

Thanks...

eyes317

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pics please

ufoundtex at comcast dot net

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jj I can't seem to get pics to you is that your right e-mail

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Can you send me pic's at martyok@att.net

Thanks

MINNKOTA

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can i get a pic john_bloomjr at yahoo.com wink.gif

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i sent an email requesting pictures

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I have not seen your email picks

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try this one then: pick52 at yahoo.com

also, how wide is this boat

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with opener just around the corner nobody needs a boat. shoot me a offer oh ya the tibs on the trailer are life time and the boat is good through 2006

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yankee having problems sending you pics is your address correct

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address is correct

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All pics have been sent out please reply and let me know what you think or if you need more pictures and what you want to see

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I just redused the price can't hardly pass up a good boat for cheap

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