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WTS OR 2005 Kawasaki Prairie 700 4x4

Discussion in 'Non-Firearm Item Classifieds' started by WFO, Jan 27, 2015.

  1. WFO

    WFO Cottage Grove Active Member

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    2005 Kawasaki Prairie 700 4x4 for sale.

    939 miles
    162 hours

    Comes with a new in the box Mile Marker 3.5 winch and padded seat bag.

    Brand new battery.

    Has one small crack in the plastic, over all in really nice shape.

    $4000/offer/trades+cash for high end firearms, Noveske, LWRC, LMT, SCAR,, etc. IMAG0382.jpg IMAG0378.jpg
     
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  2. dan97526

    dan97526 Grants Pass, OR/Centralia, WA Member

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    Any interest in a new quality build AR-10? I have an ad in Rifle Classifieds.
     
  3. WFO

    WFO Cottage Grove Active Member

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    What do you place the value at?
     
  4. dan97526

    dan97526 Grants Pass, OR/Centralia, WA Member

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    If you're interested, I'd be glad to total up what I spent on the build and give you a price. I still have the receipts. I would ballpark it at around 2.5k, but that's just going by memory.
     
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    dan97526 Grants Pass, OR/Centralia, WA Member

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    I built it for Heavy Metal 3-gun, but I have too many other hobbies to start that.
     
  6. WFO

    WFO Cottage Grove Active Member

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    I hear that.

    There's already and LMT MWS, a Sig 716 and a SCAR 17 in the safe, so I'm not really hurting for 7.62 rifles. But go ahead and tally it up and let me know what you're thinking.

    Thanks.
     
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    dan97526 Grants Pass, OR/Centralia, WA Member

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    After some discussion, I think I'm going the UTV route rather than a big quad. Thanks for your time.
     
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