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2004 Vinson. 500cc. Camo. Only 47 miles (not a typo). Auto. Push button 4x4. Warn winch. Plow included. Kimpex passenger holder (storage pack) Auger holder. Great shape, not a scratch. Runs great. Has only been used for ice fishing and plowing. Great starter in the cold. Includes a 48 month TRANSFERABLE warranty ($550 value)

$4595

call 763-234-8489 or

email ddtran002 at yahoo (Contact Us Please) for contact and photos

photos can also be seen further down the thread (Somethingfishy's post)

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walleyetighe

would love some pics. jasontighe@charter.net

Thanks

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18 inch Crappie

Is that a 4x4 if so email me some pics

bgross1785@msn.com

Thanks, Brian

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styx

Post has been edited to show Auto and push button 4x4. Invites to view photos are on the way.

This is a great machine for ice fishing. It is like new. It has never been on a trail. I've only used it for ice fishing and plowing.

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LaZyDayZ

picture please chris@tm9.net

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styx

Invites to view photos have been sent.

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dustin85

If you still have it, I'd like to see pics also...Thanks!

thumpwagonp@hotmail.com

Dustin

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SomethingFishy*

pics please, joshuaostrowski@ yahoo.com

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styx

invites have been sent to view the photos. Let me know if you did not receive a response

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SomethingFishy*

Looks good hopefully I can make a decision by wednesday, my girlfriend needs a machine and that looks like it could fit the bill.

I also posted the pics for you.

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styx

Somethingfishy,

Thanks for posting the pics.

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SomethingFishy*

Is this IRS or straight axle, looks like a straight axle in the pics?

Thanks, Josh

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styx

It is a straight axle.

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dustin85

Why are you getting rid of this nice looking machine?

Dustin

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SomethingFishy*

you've got mail.

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styx

I am selling it since I do not anticipate doing mcuh ice fishing this upcoming winter. I don't do any trail riding and the plow is nice but not necessary. It is a great setup for ice fishing.

All emails have been responded to.

Thanks for the interest

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wallyeye

I'm not too familiar with this subject but is there any factory warranty left considering the low miles?

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styx

I just looked over my paperwork and realized that I did buy an extended TRANSFERABLE 48 month warranty. This cost me $550. So you are getting a great deal here.

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ATV has been sold.

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