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SOLD - SOLD - 1994 Lund Tyee (1750) Grand Sport Series

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* 1994 Lund Tyee (1750) Grand Sport Series

* Mercury Mercruiser – 3.0 LX Alpha One I/O (135 HP)

* Shoreland’r – Profile 2000 roller trailer



This is a great boat for ALL types of fishing plus it easily converts to an excellent family boat for summer recreation. A few dock marks but overall a well taken care of boat. Professionally serviced each fall to insure running efficiency. Always stored indoors – both winters and summers.

• 17.5 feet

• Console steering

• Complete windshield for element protection

• Three (3) Lund air-ride seats

• Large front aerated live well

• Lots of side and front storage

• 2005 Minn-Kota Power Drive bow mount trolling motor:...

- 65 lbs of trust, 54 inch shaft

- Auto/Co-pilot

- Universal sonar

- Foot controlled

- Battery status indicator

• Lowrance X102c fish finder

• Eagle Ultra II fish finder

• Two (2) new (2006) deep cycle batteries

• Bow cushions

• AM/FM Cassette player

• 30 gal fuel tank


• Smooth/quiet Mercury Mercruiser 3.0 LX I/O (135 HP)

• Lower unit and engine professionally serviced each fall

• Two (2) props

• Power Steering

• Power Lift/Trim

• Runs very well and is good on gas!


• Shoreland’r Profile 2000 roller

• Heavy duty wench

• Surge brakes

• Side guides

• New tires (2006) plus new spare

• Heavy gauge wiring added in 2004

• LED lighting

• Bearing buddy’s & bra's

Extras: (included)

• Complete travel cover + tie downs

• Complete mooring cover

• Retractable bimini sun cover

• Ski package:(Skis, Ropes& accessories)

• Delta Dart fun tube

• Two (2) boat bumpers

Folks this is an awesome boat that has been well taken care of each season. An excellent boat for both the avid fisherman plus the dedicated family man. Serious inquires ONLY! The boat is located in Plymouth, MN. Pictures available upon request!


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Pics please, muc33 (at)

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Sergeant Slabber

I would also like some pix please Thanks!

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Pictures of my 1994 Lund Tyee have been sent to all who requested them. Thanks for your response.

Sincerely, Kandodad

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MORE... Pictures of my 1994 Lund Tyee have been sent to all who requested them. Thanks for your response.

Sincerely, Kandodad

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Nutty Fisherman

If boat has not been sold could you send some pictures?


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I just wanted to let everyone know that I have a Solid buyer for my boat and that he's given me an "earnest" check to show his good faith. We're planning to take the boat out to a local lake for a test run this week to seal the deal.

I'm very confident that this deal will get done but if it happens to fall apart I'll post another message to let everyone know that the boat is still available.

Thanks again for all the inquires and interest.

Sincerely, Kandodad

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