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mtreno

24 ft pontoon

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here is the deal. i have a 24 ft weirman pontoon for sale. 1974 model. has a 1988 evenrude 25 hp motor that is a great runner. toons have no leaks. deck is solid. no seats or nothing. just a flat deck with railing all they was around and a center counsel with wheel and controls. nav. and dock lights work. no trailer but ready to be picked up in mille lacs area.

get your lawn chairs and table - load up the grill - fill the cooler - room for you and 14 of your best friends to set sail with your party barge.....

or for the handyman/project type - this toon is ready to be refinished.

$2500 - obo

matttreno@hotmail.com

612-619-5690

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$2000 - come and get it. ready to go - fired the motor up on the first crank the other day cause she looked said.

interested in the motor? make me an offer!

just want the toons? its all for sale...... great deal and would love to keep her but i nolonger live on a lake and dad says it cant sit on his dock......

someone please give this great pontoon a new home!

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left them on my computer at the cabin - will send this weekend

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pics please piratesofbpATaolDOTcom thanks

iceman

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come and get it - got to get ride of her now! $1500 - been slackin all summer doing to much fishin - now i need to clean up the yard...... my lazyness = your great deal!

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Is it on the lake? I am also interested. Pictures to zhefrank@gmail.com

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on shore right now - has not been in the water this year but i have hooked the battery up and started the motor up a few times.

PHOTOS HAVE BEEN SENT TO EVERYONE WHO ASKED - IF YOU DID NOT RECIEVE THEM LET ME KNOW.

Mike - your out of the office untill friday the 31st. just in case you did not know that..... wink.gif

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I'm back in now thanks for the photos. grin.gif

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pics sent - lots of interest - call me with any questions - or come take a look!

jimmy4218@juno.com would not go thru

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