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(Reduced )For Sale 1994 Lund with 25HP johnson and E-Z loader trailer

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This is a package that was purchased new in 1994 and has been well cared for. Motor is a 25HP long shaft, tiller with electric start. Trailer is 1994 Ez loader with new tires,rims, trailer is oversized but was purchased this way for easy loading. Boat is a 16' Lund with vinyl floor, factory light kit, storage space and a place for two cruise a day gas tanks. Price is $2,800 OBO.

Price reduced $2,700.OBO. This is a very clean rig and will be selling next sprng at over $3,000 so take advantage of the seasons savings.

Time to sell! Reducing price to $2,300. Boat is rated for 1,3001bs

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Where is the boat located? I may want to take a look at it.

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What type of motor?

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Boat is located near Foley, give me your e-mail and I will send directions.

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Motor is a 25 HP johnson long shaft, electric start,

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pics sent.

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ALL PICS SENT, LET ME KNOW IF YOU HAVE NOT RECEIVED, THANKS.

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never received, could you resend please? thanks!

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Could I get some pics please. Also is the motor, oil injected? redpntr@yahoo.com

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im not getting them...

wanna post your email so i can send you one?!

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reducing price to $2,600.00. Will consider offers if anyone is interested.

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I'll take some pics.

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Price is reduced to $2,300 its time to sell!

boat is rated for 1,3001bs

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