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silveroddo

SOLD-6.5x11 Winnebago Camper/Fishouse Sweet Rig! $800.00

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silveroddo    0
silveroddo

1975 Winnebago 136 Travel Tailer converted for Ice Fishing, Has 4 catch covers with hole sleeves,Hole lights, kitchenette booth, 2 burner stover, 16,000 BTU nonvented heater with thermostat. Wired for 12V lighting (4 lights) Also has 110v box and outlets. Has 3 bunks, we've slept 4 people comfortably in it on a few occasions. Fishes 2-3 guys comfortably but we've fished more than that. Has all kinds of storage. Has FM radio, Rubber Roof, Full size Spare. Pulls great, you don't even know its there, its the perfect size to pull with a four wheeler, I've pulled it with a 2x4 Bombardier and a 4x4 Honda Rancher.

The only real problem with it is some dry rot in the cieling, it doesn't effect the use of it and hasn't gotten much worse in the 2 years I've owned it, but there is a little bit as you would expect from a camper from the 70's.

Its really a handy little rig, being as it doesn't set down to the ice you can move it from spot to spot by just pulling the hole sleeves and hooking it up to the tow vehicle, Honestly as soon as theres enough Ice for this my Quick Flip 3 gets put away for the majority of the season.

The reason I'm selling is that I just got a job out of state and who knows then I'll be able to use it again, Its a handy rig and has alot of years left in it. The camper is located about 7 miles west of Walker, MN. I'll try to get some pics of it up later today.

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Here are some pics of the inside of the fish house

http://s170.photobucket.com/albums/u264/Silver0dd0/

batteries, converter, TV, not included. Theres a pic of the cieling where the dry rot is in the front right corner,the cieling could pretty much be fixed with 2 sheets of Luan plywood or left as is. there is no title on the trailer due to it being licensed as a fish house (previouse owner checked into it and thats how I've used it)Comes with the original owners manual. Not pictured is the table for the kitchenette in the front of the house, that also folds into a bunk that can sleep 1-2 people(theres storage under the seats as well), the back bunk sleeps 2 people, and the top bunk can sleep one person if they don't mind sleeping in 90+ degree temps. There are 2 vents on the side of the house and one in the roof, all can be open or closed. Has green indoor outdoor carpeting. The lights were just re-wired this year and are 4 wire flat, the ball size is 2".

Thats about all I can think of for the house, any other questions just ask.

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Powerstroke

I'm interested. WHat kind of furnace does it have? Is this something that could otherwise be used year round if I got the proper registration? HOw about the appliances? Condition, age?

epfd217@gmail.com

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The furnace is a nonvented garage type heater, and it has a thermostatic control, its made by "Comfort Glow". As far as appliances.... its just got your basic 2 burner cook stove, and an ice box, nothing fancy. As far as registering it, I don't have a title from the DMV for it, I bought it as a fish house and the previouse owner had only used it as such so it hasn't been titled as a travel trailer for a long time, I've use it a few times in the summer and never been hasseled about not having a license plate but I don't know what the law reads,I was told as long as you have a valid shelter license on it your ok.

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silveroddo

would also consider trades for a nice 2 place aluminum snomobile trailer

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cabin boy

How many holes? How does a guy get in touch with you if'n I want to look at it? cool.gif

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Its got 4 holes, and the way the frame of the camper is thats the most you can get in it. You can call my cell if'n you want to get ahold of me its (218) 760-2572

I won't be around this weekend but someone will be so if you wanted to see it we could figure somthing out.

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I am interested. what size of ball does the hitch have? I could possibly be able to look at this week end if yourtime allows. shoot me a note, thanks, Big Jim jpickard4471@charter.net cool.gif

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silveroddo

2" ball, 4 wire flat for the lights

You have mail

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GConda

$700 and Ill take it. Ill swing by from Hibbing and drag it to Blackduck(hunting land) any time its convenient for you. Gary 218-969-8335

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silveroddo

Sold Pending funds

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rocki    0
rocki

did you get this sold????????

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