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krats

1999 16ft WarEagle jon boat w/40hp Honda - "PRICE REDUCED" again

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krats

1999 16ft WarEagle (model 648)

65" beam and 50" across floor

2002 Honda 40hp tiller (model BF40A) w/foot trim

trailer

Motorguide 42lb bow mount trolling motor

4 boat seats

Gun/storage box

livewell

2 shell box/drink holders

interior lights

dog ladder

Avery Quikset blind

floor and floatation pods added in 2005 by Fisher Beavertail Mfg.

Willing to seperate but must sell boat and trailer first.

$7100/best offer

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ttt

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krats

True, pics sent.

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krats

PRICE REDUCED TO $7300

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uphill

Would you be interested in selling the boat without the motor?

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beef

Krats drop me an email... It is on my sig...

Beef

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krats

Uphill,

I would prefer to sell as a package, but I may entertain an offer from you.

Send me an email, krats@brainerd.net

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krats

Beef, you got mail.

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Quote:

Beef, you got mail.


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Quote:

Uphill, you got mail.


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B@ssmaster

Is the rig still available?

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uphill

Krats I did not get your email can you re-send please. I have a beaver tail but no boat to put it on an yours would be perfect. I may also have someone to buy the motor and I will be talking to them this weekend so I will know more then and I will let you know. Phil

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krats

Uphill,

I tried your email listed in your profile and it does not work. Please post your email for me and I will resend my message.

Thanks.

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krats

Phil,

I took an "l" out of your email address and tried that.

I will check my email tomorrow to see if you got it.

Brett

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krats

Price reduced again...

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$7100 or best offer

Willing to seperate but boat and trailer must sell first.

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mnheadshot

Not sure if I missed it but what was the size of the boat...length/beam,etc. And wasn't $7100 what you started the pricing at, not sure how that's price reduced.

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If you look at the original post at the bottom you will see that I edited the post to put the reduced price in. I started at $7800.

It is a 16' boat, I will measure the beam when I get home tonight and post it for you.

Are you interested in taking a look at it?

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krats

mnheadshot,

the boat is 16' with a 65" beam, and 50" across the floor.

Are you a tire kicker or are you interested?

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mnheadshot

Thanks for the measurements but I'm hoping to find something wider than that.

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krats

Thanks for looking.

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Price reduced to $6500 or best offer.

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Price reduced, $5900

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