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catman71

Lund Explorer 1800 SS, 150 hp Susuki 2-stroke

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catman71

18 foot long, 2004 boat and new at the time 2003 motor.

galvanized Karavan roller trailer.

Minnkota bow mount trolling motor with foot control, does NOT have auto-pilot.

Snap out carpet, vera-track rail on sides for mounting equipment, CD player/stereo with snap off face

3 Lund Seats, 1 stand up seat, all the "new" style Lund bases that come out and go in easy.

Very basic Raytheon fish finder.

On board charging system, 24 V deep cycle batteries.

Snap on cockpit cover, 2 livewells.

Boat is red and gray, interior is gray. a few scratches but overall very nice. It was low hours and runs good.

always garaged.

boat is 15 miles north of St. Cloud MN, I will e-mail pics to anyone who requests, I will see if I can post some later today if I can figure it out. It fishes really well and is in great operating condition, selling because of a financial situation.

asking 16,900.

you can post or e-mail me for specifics at ajzulkosky@hotmail.com

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catman71

Sorry the boat has been sold.

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eyepatrol

That didn't take long! grin.gif

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It sure didn't. I had registered for the ad on Sunday and didn't get to post it until Monday morning and in the meantime somebody saw it in my yard and came with a cashiers check on Monday at 9:00 am. I happedned to get 3 e-mails from FMers in the couple hours I had it up. It is a good place to do business.

Sorry to anyone who was interested.

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catman71

well after having difficulty with a buyer and reconsidering selling it at all, the boat is now again for sale

sorry for the confusion!!

you can e-mail me at zulkosky@msn.com for info or pictures.

I will check my e-mail every day.

Thanks again.

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catman71

this beauty spent another weekend dry in the garage.

somebody needs to give it more attention than me.

16,500.

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catman-

Check your e-mail I am waiting for some pics.

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catman71

I sent them. post here if you have a problem opening them or anything, I am NOT the IT guy at work, if you know what I mean.

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catman71

pics sent to all.

PLEASE post here if you are not getting them or they can't be opened or anything.

Thanks.

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catman71

pics sent!

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catman71

If anyone has NOT got thier pictures, please post here.

I have been sending them out from requests but have been having difficulty with outside e-mail at work.

Thanks.

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pics sent.

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catman71

this poor boat is going to spend ANOTHER weekend in the garage while I attend a baseball game, a hockey camp and perhaps mow the grass if I have time, all if I don't have to work on Saturday!

C'mon guys, tell your friends.....

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leftfield

pictures please/jtskinner@cei.net

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iffwalleyes

Pictures please?

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catman71

where should I send them iffwalleyes??

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catman71

oops, I see it now, I am not a police detective......

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August 1st. Still 12 good weeks of fishiing left, I, however, do not want to store it again this winter.

I will be a little flexible on the price if it goes this fall.

Thanks for looking.

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pics sent.

thanks.

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I was looking in the paper this weekend and think I might be a little high.

Let's start again at 15,500.

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