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fisherdog19

1997 Northwood 1675 Fisherman- SOLD

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16 foot 1997 Northwood 1675 Fisherman Tiller.

Features

Northwood roller trailer with 2 ratchet boat tie downs

97 Evinrude 25 hp 2 stroke electric start tiller

6 gallon external gas tank

3 month old 40lb thrust Minn Kota Endura transom mount trolling motor for back trolling, with an extra prop

35+ Gallon aerated livewell

Navigation Lights

Full Floor with front casting deck

Front storage compartment

3 pedestal seats

2 size 27 batteries

LCD Water Temp Guage

12v power outlet

Rod Holder (4 rods)

2 boat bumbers

Anchor

Boat Cover

And the best one: A Marcum LX3 flasher mounted on the boat with high speed transducer that also comes with the ice fishing case, battery, and transducer. I am missing the charger, but you can get them for about $20.

Located in Detroit Lakes, MN.

Asking $2,800 (started at $3,750) or best offer. I got a new boat so I need to find this one a new home. Call Peter at 218 849-0760.

Thanks for looking.

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I will post some tonight. Thanks for the interest.

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How big of motor?

Flash

"Set the Hook"

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25 hp, I edited the description.

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If the boat is still available could I get some pic's please. redpntr@yahoo.com . Thanks

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Pics are now in the original post. I have also added a few things that I forgot the boat came with.

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i dont see the pics

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Did everyone get the pics I sent?

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TTT

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Price Reduced by $500. I have to move this boat.

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If I had the money Id buy that boat for that price in a heart beat!!

Good luck hope you can move it, should be the perfect time of year

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Quote:

Price Reduced $500. I have to move this boat.


Does this mean the price is now $500 or that you lowered the price by $500? If it's $500, I'll pick it up next week!

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ttt

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Price reduced to $3,000 or reasonable offer.

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Anyone? Price reduced again.

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