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Steelehead

1999 Polaris 500 XC Snowmobile

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Liquid cooled with 2395 miles. There are some scratches on the hood from wire and a puncture hole from a stick behind the right ski. Seat is in good shape with no cracks. 1-1/4" paddles on the track. Starts easy and runs great. This is one snappy sled. Lots of fun to ride. $2500.00

I'd add a picture to this post but I havn't figured out how to do that. Will send by e-mail if requested.

Thanks for looking. John

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pics please!

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Picture sent.

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Here is a picture...I hope. [image]XCSnowmobile.jpg[/image]

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Price reduced to $2200.

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