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1999 Sprinter Camper by Keystone - PRICE REDUCED $9,900

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32ft. with a 12ft pull out

Rear Queen Bed

Front Kitchen

AC and TVV Hook-up

Refridgerator

Stove / Microwave / Bath and Shower

Awning

2 New Batteries

4 New Tires and New Brakes

Very Good Condition

Call: 218.829.0292

Cell: 612.750.5807

$11,300

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up again

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OK. Ed really wants this thing gone. It would make a great camper to leave at your new lake lot while you build that dream cabin. It is in perfect shape. His wife had knee surgery and they never got a chance to use it. He really takes care of his stuff.

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TTT. Gas is down to 2.99....time to buy a camper????

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my folks may be interested,,,,where are you located?

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Sorry about the delay. The camper is located in Baxter/Brainerd, MN. Ed is ready to move this thing......gas is at $2.89.

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TTT - Ed is changing the price to $9,900! Rick will be changing it in the title today! Nice camper for that price!

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Is it sold yet?

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is this a 5th wheel or a travel trailer?

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Sorry guys. I'm doing this for Ed. It is a travel trailer and no it is not sold yet. Today he mentioned he had somebody coming up on Saturday to look. He really would like his driveway back.

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SOLD....thanks for looking!

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