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Extreme Magic Mobility X4 Wheelchair For Sale




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#1 Teachphillips

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Posted 11 October 2011 - 08:06 PM

Magic Mobility Extreme x4 all terrain four wheel drive wheelchair with four independent motors

In GREAT condition, hardly used - second owner used maybe 10 times in 5 years
stored in house - bought for young daughter and she doesn't want to be outside much.
Unbelievable power and traction.

Original owner got for hunting a few times a year and only had it for two years.

cost over $15,000 new, new tires ready to mount

Used in mud and snow, goes easily down any trail such as Pokagon State Park, goes over small logs, curbs, etc.

Can provide more information, model / serial numbers/

Would be great for hunting or someone who can't walk very long but wants to be outdoors!

You're free to test drive on our rural wooded property. Not actual picture but very close.
reply with phone number and I'll call you or ask any questions in email you might have.

Tony

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#2 Ruckus

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Posted 18 October 2011 - 06:14 PM

where are you located and how much are you asking?



Magic Mobility Extreme x4 all terrain four wheel drive wheelchair with four independent motors

In GREAT condition, hardly used - second owner used maybe 10 times in 5 years
stored in house - bought for young daughter and she doesn't want to be outside much.
Unbelievable power and traction.

Original owner got for hunting a few times a year and only had it for two years.

cost over $15,000 new, new tires ready to mount

Used in mud and snow, goes easily down any trail such as Pokagon State Park, goes over small logs, curbs, etc.

Can provide more information, model / serial numbers/

Would be great for hunting or someone who can't walk very long but wants to be outdoors!

You're free to test drive on our rural wooded property. Not actual picture but very close.
reply with phone number and I'll call you or ask any questions in email you might have.

Tony



#3 ryandulina

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Posted 19 October 2011 - 01:26 AM

Where are you located?

What size is the seat? youth model or adult?

Thanks

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#4 Teachphillips

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Posted 23 October 2011 - 05:13 PM

Sorry two great questions, I had copied/pasted an ad I placed on craigslist and price / location was at top of listing....


Location is South Whitley, IN 46787 ... near Fort Wayne in NE Indiana.

Asking price is $5,000.

Tony

#5 Ddecker233

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Posted 20 April 2013 - 08:30 PM

I was wondering if the wheel chair was still for sale

#6 Bruce Benton

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Posted 14 October 2013 - 09:04 PM

how much u askin



#7 ric710

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Posted 20 November 2013 - 07:51 PM

Is the chair still for sale ?



#8 jonmur60

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Posted 03 December 2013 - 09:55 PM

Is the chair still for sale ?

I have one that I would consider selling, if you are interested.  Its about 5 yrs old but has very low milage, some dings and scratches on the fiberglass body, but easily repairable.  Magic Mobility Extreme x4 model, auto seat , 4 motors, 4x4 good tires and 24 V charger.  Want one?  Make me an offer, I need money for Christmas gifting for my kids this year and have two power chairs.  Located in Carrollton, Mo. 64633  John Murray  12/03/2013 or call me at 660-322-2861 I live in a Skilled Nursing facility here in Carrollton, Mo. but that's my cell #.


I was wondering if the wheel chair was still for sale

I have one that I would consider selling, if you are interested.  Its about 5 yrs old but has very low milage, some dings and scratches on the fiberglass body, but easily repairable.  Magic Mobility Extreme x4 model, auto seat , 4 motors, 4x4 good tires and 24 V charger.  Want one?  Make me an offer, I need money for Christmas gifting for my kids this year and have two power chairs.  Located in Carrollton, Mo. 64633  John Murray  12/03/2013 or call me at 660-322-2861 I live in a Skilled Nursing facility here in Carrollton, Mo. but that's my cell #.




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