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**SOLD** 6 1/2 x 16 Fish House/ Camper $7500

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6 1/2 x 16 Fish House

Color: Blue and White Aluminum Siding with One piece Roof

Empire Heater Direct Vent 20,000 BTU

Interior: All Grooved Pine Lighter Colored

4 Windows w/Shades

3 Beds with cushions

Double Burner Cook top

CD/MP3/FM Deck even a Ipod hook up

4 Cabinets also Storage under the beds

Carpeted Floors

6 Holes with Catch Covers

6 Hole lights with Selves/also Rattle Reels

3 Double Ceiling Lights

Fishing Rods Holder

Dual Propane Tank Holder

Dual Regulator

TV Antenna that Rotates

Drop Down Hitch with 2" ball

Table Top

Garbage Can/Fire Extinguisher

2 Exterior Lights

Trailer Lights

Wired for 110 with 4 outlets in the inside, Hooks up to Generator

Gas Light

2x2 studs Fully Insulated

Only Weighs 2750 Pounds Fully loaded as seen in Pics

Can pull with four wheeler NO problem

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Price: $7,500

Email me with Questions or Offers at andybirkholz@hotmail.com

Thanks,

Andy

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fishingbuddy

Would you possibly send me some of your pics.. I cannot open them at work....darn firewall..

dave.speich@mnstpa.ang.af.mil

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chris35

hey andy was just curious, how long will that heater run with two 20 pound propane tanks

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ahb

I have not really even had the house out for that long of a period on the lake. But i think it would last about 2 1/2 days. We had it on Mille Lacs for two days and never ran out of propane. Also has to do on temp outside and how warm you prefer the house in the inside. Got anymore question let me know.

andy

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anyone got an offer

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SrBrits

Man i feel for ya,

but the factory is offering 20% discounts and some of the dealers even more, just to move them before season is over,

this is a good deal for buyers, smile.gif but sucks for the guys trying to sell them, confused.gif

good luck getting her to a new owner.

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I am lower the price of the house to $7,500 what a steal

Ok Guys i would love to move this house only been used 5 times like new. Email me andybirkholz@hotmail.com or call my cell 320-282-4856.

thanks

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ahb

We I need to sell this house. I need the money of other projects. I will let the house go for $7,000 this is all the farther i am going down.

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puddleduck

Would you have time to show us the house on Saturday morning? I assume you are in Lester Prairie. Myself and a buddy (who is interested) will be in Shakopee and would swing out?

bradswanson@tds.net 218-820-4395 cell

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I sent ya and email tell me what ya think

thanks

andy

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ahb

$6,500 ANYONE

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fish house is sold thanks

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