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Sandmannd

SOLD***12' Fishing/Hunting Boat, Motor & Trailer***SOLD

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This has been sold. Thank you for looking.

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Any idea how much the boat and trailer weigh? I'm trying to figure out if my Chevy Cavalier could tow it.

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I can pick up the tounge and move it around. Was a lot easier before I put the wood in. I would say 500 lbs on the high end. I don't think it even weighs that much. A car can pull this fine.

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You are missing a couple of key points of information.

Where are you located?

What are you asking for it? At least give some idea of what price range you are looking at. Something like $$$ or best offer.

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Sorry, should have put that in there. I'm in St. Paul. I would like around $800.

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i no luck in a couple months i may be interested....

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If you have bigger pics, could you email them to me: ejorgenson at gmail.com

Also, how firm are you on the price? And would I have to take the two trolling motors too? If I could just take the boat, bigger motor and trailer I'd be more interested. But I understand if you want to keep it together to get rid of them.

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Pictures have been sent. Let me know if you get them. I would be willing to sell just the boat, motor & trailer. Make me an offer on it.

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