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eye's111

1997 Lund Angler SS 1600 - For Sale

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This boat is a 1997 Lund Angler SS 1600, dark/light blue as well as gold in color. It is a side counsole steering set up with a windsheild. The boat has a radio/cassete deck mounted in counsole. Boat comes with a ShoreLander roller trailer - plus spare tire. Also included Minnkota Auto pilot trolling motor, 55 lbs. thrust, which is two years old, a Lowrance LMS-330c depth finder, with GPS package - two years old, a Mercury 40 hp motor. Canvass boat cover included, as well as four movable seats.

This boat has always been stored in a garage, never outside. This boat is in good shape, never used for tubing, water skiing, or pulling just fishing. This has been a great fishing boat for my family and I. It has been on Mille Lacs and handled the waves well as well as many other lakes.

Price $8,450.00 or B/O

Picture included / availible

Contact: Earl for more information - (320)395-2761 or (320)282-8951. Located in Lester Prairie, MN.

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Snake River  King

pictures please [email protected]

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eye's111

C:\Documents and Settings\Justin\My Documents\My Pictures

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nluchau

Whoa... Justin that aint gonna work man.

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Valv

Send me a picture, I'll post it for you:

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eye's111

Price reduced to $7,800.00!!!

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Saskfisher

Could you send some pics to me at [email protected] please

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Aces In The Hole

Could you send pics to [email protected]? Thanks!

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Tyler Holm

pictures please. Thank You

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jjjrobley

please send pics to [email protected]

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eye's111

This boat is SOLD!! Thanks

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