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L Windsor

1995 Polaris XCR 600 &14ft. Aluminum Floe Trailer

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L Windsor

Sled is in excellent condition, low mileage, only flaw in the snowmobile is a separating seam in the backrest. This sled is a fun trail riding sled, lots of performance. This is not a house-pulling sled. It will get you to the house in a hurry!! Trailer is a double axle and is in good shape, deck could use a paint job. These can be sold together or separate. $3,200 (both) or best offer. Pictures can be sent also.

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kb1965

How much you asking for the trailer?

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Tully

pics please

ttollefs at telproinc dot com

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L Windsor

I am asking 1650 for the trailer. Thanks.

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MinnesotaMuskie

Any pics of the trailer?

[email protected]

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L Windsor

Snowmobile and Trailer are still for sale. Will sell for $2,800 or seperate for $1,400 each. Both in very good condition. Pics. are available. Thanks.

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crappieman848

Could you please send pics to [email protected]

thanks,

Dan

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mandteye

Pics of the trailer please if you still have it??

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CHOPPERTHEDOG

Could I get some pics of the trailer please?

Thanks

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MinnesotaMuskie

Pics of trailer please

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duckhunter

Could I get a pic of the sled?

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L Windsor

We will get you guys pictures this weekend. I don't get home until after dark to take pictures of the trailer. You will have them on Saturday. Thanks.

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frabillfisher

pics of the sled please?...jesse_r09 at hotmail dot com

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RawFish

If still available; Please send pic of trailer to [email protected]

Thanks!

Please Snow!!!!

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dewoutdoor70

please send pics of sled to [email protected]

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duckhunter

Where is the sled located?

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Wabedo2500

Please send pics of both to [email protected], if still available. Is the trailer a '95 as well?

Thanks!

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L Windsor

The sled is located in Mcgregor, Minnesota. Excellent shape. I will also get pictures of trailer to people soon. Thanks.

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Northlander

Please send pics to [email protected]

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Wabedo2500

Windsor,

I am still very interested in checking both out if they are available. So if you do have pics, I'd like to check them out before driving up there. It's possible I may be heading up that way this weekend. I also have a couple questions so if you could get back to me that would be great.

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Thanks.

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L Windsor

Trailer has been sold. Thanks to everyone for their interest. The snowmobile is still for sale. $1,400

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bojiguy

where is McGregor,Minnesota?

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