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2001 Alumacraft Magnum 165 CS *$9400* Reduced Price

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2001 Alumacraft Magnum 165 CS, 2001 Mercury 75HP 2-stroke, 2001 Shorelander roller trailer. Includes Eagle Fish Easy locator, 40lb thrust Minnkota Power Drive 12V trolling motor (bow mount) w/ mounting plate and battery. Custom Alumacraft trailerable cover, 4 Alumacraft seats, lockable spare tire. Bearing buddies, rod holders, spare prop, many extras! Boat is in excellent condition! Price reduced to $9400.

Email mcoien@fedins.com for pics. Cell # is 507-213-6716.

Located in Owatonna. This boat is ready to go and will make someone very happy!

Marc

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Took it out for a few hours the other night on clear in waseca and runs like a charm! Someone is going to be extremely happy with this rig!

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Price dropped to $9400.

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pics sent.

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Pics please mattnegaard at yahoo (Contact Us Please) com.

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Could you send pics please to epic@sasktel.net

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pics just sent to all.

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ttt

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This boat "wants" to go fishing....anyone interested?

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FINAL PRICE DROP - $8900 FIRM!!!!

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SOLD

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