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LeeLivdahl

2002 Wildwood 5th Wheel camper W/2000 GMC SIERRA 3/4T

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CAMPER:2002 25Ft 5TH Wheel. Model 249 BHSL 12' Slideout A/c microwave,stove,oven,fridge, Bunk beds, Like new condition. Used very little.

Rear bumper hitch for pulling boat or trailer w/4-wheelers,etc..

PICKUP: 2000 GMC Sierra, 67,000 miles. Htd leather seats. Rhino liner. New tires & 5th wheel hitch.

PACKAGE PRICE! $30,000 Will seperate. E-mail pics by request. Contact llivdahl@prtel.com Hm.Ph.218-863-2030 cell.ph.701-238-1518

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I know both items here. These are clean and very well maintained. The camper is like new and the truck

is exceptional for a 2000 model. Give them a look see if you are in the market.

WG

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LL has been having trouble with his computer. I sent pics for him. Thanks for looking. WG

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Still for sale. Package price reduced to $28,000. Willing to separate. Thanks for looking.

LL

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I'd like to see the pic's as well as the price on the 5th wheel only. Thanks.

(Contact Us Please)yahoo.com

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Wallter:

I am helping LL here with this sale. Could you post your email. Then I could shoot you some pics. Thanks.

WG

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rt:

Pics sent.

WG

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Nice Unit. Pulling it out of storage this weekend for any lookers.

WG

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Bump. Move.

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ttt.

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Interested in some pics please. Thank You.

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IG and Igo:

Pics sent. Thanks for looking.

WG

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CAMPER SOLD.

Pickup still for sale. Anyone interested in a PU? Price reduced. Contact Lee for details.

WG

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