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Dealer Sale Used Minelab GPZ 7000 Metal Detector, 2 Searchcoils And Extras - $6500.00 Shipped

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Hello All,

    I just got in a very nice conditioned Minelab GPZ 7000 metal detector that was purchased from us.  Customer was unable to continue with this unit, so it was purchased back in a trade deal.  The unit includes all stock accessories and original packaging box.  The unit has a Doc's 3 Piece Control Box Cover that has always protected the wireless remote, control box bottom and LCD screen.  The customer also had a 19" Searchcoil that was never used.   The total purchase was $9500.00 nearly a year ago.  There still is a factory warranty included and some extras including the 3 piece cover, aftermarket carry bag, scoop and such.  

Asking $6500.00 Shipped to you in the US only.  

We will also include FREE Field Instructions here in Arizona for one day.  The instructions must be scheduled with us.  We will also add in lifetime support beyond the sale.  

Send us a PM if you would like pictures or serial number.  Thanks!

Rob Allison

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