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SOLD !!!! 1999 Polaris Sportsman 500, $ 2500 SOLD !!!!

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1999 Polaris Sportsman 500 ATV.

It was rolled in an accident but can be fixed

Front left side is damaged hard, motor, transmission etc is untouched, and some of the plastic replaced.

500 miles/ 90hours, runs and drives.

SOLD !!!!!!!!

Come on over this weekend to pick it up....hunting/icefishing season are just behind the corner smile.gif

Email me for more pictures.

Sportsman500Pol2sm.jpg

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I changed description, unit has more damage than what they described me.

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Moose, done it, but I forgot to add a subject, sorry.

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Hey Val...

I'd like a few pics as well.... dn55419@yahoo.com

Thanks!!! grin.gif

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Sent you email request for pics.

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Pics are sent out to everybody

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could i get pics please?is damage mostly cosmetic?

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Damage is both mechanic and cosmetic.

I cannot send pics without an address

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Valv, I'll take a look at some pics if you'll send them.

ecloss00@yahoo.com

Thanks

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Is the frame bent, send pictures to please.

benstackle netzero net

Benny

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I am buying many parts to fix this, if you are interested come and take it or it will get fixed, and price will increase consequently.

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Valv, could you send me some pics?

paaatus at yahoo (Contact Us Please)

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Can I get pictures? mjprusak at mtu dot edu

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Ok I already spent some $$ to fix it, now it's a runner and driver, just needs few extras which will be here next week.

Price now it's at $ 2500

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pictures please cboedecker(at)gmail.com

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I have it almost complete, by tonight I will take new pics and send them.

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