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POP UP PICKUP CAMPER $850

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For Sale: Mid 80's Bethany Pick Upper

8ft. pop-up truck camper

- fits fine in a short box w/ taigate down too!

Very good condition

2 burner stove, furnace, sink, ice box

two beds, table, 4 jack stands, turnbuckles

stake pocket tie-downs

Great hunting and fishing camper.

NO LEAKS!!!!!!

Call Jason @ (218)562-4322

Pics available...

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Can a half ton z71 hold one of these?

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I used it in my 2000 Chev. Silverado Extended cab. It fit in the short box just fine. It was even with the taigate down and I could still pull my boat without a hitch extention. I'm located just north of Brainerd in Breezy Point.

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Pic please

cgraber AT mchsi (Contact Us Please)

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OK...

At $800 I'll make it far and away the best deal on this website...

Give me a call with questions.

Jason (612)810-9478 or (218)562-4322

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pic's plz. florspec..at..aolcom

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pics plz

Hayes033 at yahoo.com

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I will take some pictures if it is still available..

bigfishbilly@yahoo.com

Thanks, LovenLifeGuy

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could you send me some pics both inside and out set up ect... knorr5(@)hutchtel.net thanks!

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pics are sent...

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gorilla, did your potential buyer back out?

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no slimy, he says he's still interested and has rescheduled twice to come and get it, but as you know I'll be the purple guy in the corner holding his breath!

If anyone is looking for a good camper CHEAP, call me ASAP, I'd like to sell it to the first guy with $800 at my door.

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I never did get my pics yet either!!!

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SORRY INSTAGATOR, IT BEEN A WHOLE DAY!!!

GIVE ME A CALL IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS.

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Just wanted to bump this add yet, lets hear some offers if interested, call the #.

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pic's please. eric.w.peterson at wellsfargo (Contact Us Please)

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