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Default Out of the hobby – 3 elegant aquarium set ups and other tanks

I have several VERY CLEAN tanks available (in Buena Vista) for those who want to add to (or start) their hobby! Ready to add water and fish. Links for more pics of the tanks are below. We can deliver the set up to Denver, Colorado Springs, or Pueblo areas (or points in between) for a very small additional cost if you don’t have a truck or trailer available.


Set up #1: 40 gallon breeder long with magnificent custom beetle kill pine cabinet and canopy (awesome looking set up) - $425 includes the tank, stand, canopy/hood, high lights for live plants (96 watts), Fluval 304 canister filter and media, natural colored gravel, holey rocks, thermometer, & heater. You can’t find a stand/canopy like this anywhere – it’s truly ONE of a kind! More pics here: http://s194.photobucket.com/albums/z...on%20set%20up/

Separate parts would be priced as such: tank $50, high output lighting $125, fluval 304 $85, and custom beetle kill pine stand and canopy $150, natural gravel, heater, thermometer, and holey rocks $50.


Set up #2: 65 gallon with cabinet and canopy, fantastic custom rock slab background included ($300 value alone!). $500 includes the tank, stand, canopy/hood, high output lighting for live plants (two 96 watt bulbs), Fluval 304 canister filter and media, natural colored gravel, holey rocks, thermometer, & heater. More pics here: http://s194.photobucket.com/albums/z...%20background/

Separate parts would be priced as such: tank $65, high output lighting $125, fluval 304 $75, and pine stand and canopy $100, outstanding background (made of natural stone appr ¼” thick on plexiglass appr ¼” thick $200, and natural gravel, heater, thermometer, and holey rocks $50.


Set up #3: Twin 65 gallon set up with two tanks, one custom cabinet with all wiring and shelving underneath, Penguin 330 filters, natural colored gravel, “holey rock” natural rock, thermometers, and heaters for only $350. High output lighting for live plants set up for both tanks (two 96 watt bulbs per tank) for an extra $200 (which is less than half what they cost).

Separate parts would be priced as such: tanks $65 each, high output lighting $125 each, Penguin 330 filters $15 each, and stand perfect for two tanks $100, natural gravel, heater, thermometer, and holey rocks $75 (enough for both tanks).


Partial set up: 75 gallon tank & extras (only the stand missing): Includes tank, high lighting for live plants (four 55 watt bulbs), Fluval 404 canister filter and media, natural colored gravel, natural “holey rock” décor, thermometer, & heater - $275. No stand with this one as it was built in like a bookcase.

Separate parts would be priced as such: tank $75, high output lighting $125, fluval 404 $90, and natural gravel, heater, thermometer, and holey rocks $50.


And a super cool ONE-OF-A-KIND rock cave with planter. Made of various tumbled rock, mostly petrified wood. As you will see in the pics (link below), there’s a basket in the back that is designed for plants (live or artificial, doesn’t matter). Cave dimensions: 11” front to back, 6” tall, and 12” side to side. When you include the rock slab base (which can either be left visible, or buried under the gravel), it is 17” wide, 11” front to back, and 7” tall. This adds so much to any aquarium for the humans, but even more for the fish – darting around and thru the cave. As you'll notice, almost every picture of the cave IN the aquarium has a fish in it - they LOVED this thing! This is a neat piece of art for your aquarium and you'll appreciate it for a long time. Pics here: http://s194.photobucket.com/albums/z...ter/?start=all $65 for it (shipping extra of course).


Also available are 2.5 gallon fry tanks ($10), 5 gallon ($15), and some 10’s ($10). I also have a cool “retro look” 30 gallon with chrome trim ($40 for this one).
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