600 gallon Aquarium w\ steel stand – $3000 (Fallbrook)

600 gallon acrylic peninsula aquarium. Dimensions are 8′ x 2′ x 5′. Acrylic is 1 ½” thick. The aquarium would be perfect for a resturant or office and cost over $25,000 to build itself. Tank, stand and original sump asking 3000.00. Whole system was 1000 gallons. Also available Reeflo Barracuda Gold pump, ASM G5, Calcium Reactor, Ozone, UV and more. Off site poly sumps. Can make a deal for all!! Shot me an offer or leave you cell number on the reply and I get you a pic.

Trade for polaris ranger, guns, or ????
California craigslist


Aquqrium 400 Gallon – $5000 (Camarillo)

Custom built 400 gallon aquarium. This is a show piece. Could be set in your home or business. Comes complete with all equipment all in good working order. This aquarium has been maintained weekly for the last five years. This is a SALT water system with lots of live corals. Please E-mail with any questions.
Ventura California craigslist

300 gallon saltwater aquarium complete – $2000 (Queen creek)

300 gallon aquarium complete w/ everything. LED lights, acrylic tank ( 96″x24″x30″), stand, hood, side book shelves, DI system, everything needed to service it, 1 Little giant pump & 1 brand new Blueline pump, ocean clear. 2 filters, uv’s, and more. Tank is up and running with 30″ shark & 40″ eel. This is a system that is put together to stay clean with very little service. Aquarium is in great shape. Please email me with any questions or call to set up a time to see, 480-437-4964. I will not part it so please don’t ask.

Custom 550 Gallon Acrylic Saltwater Aquarium – $4500 (N Gilbert)

Beautiful custom 550 gallon acrylic aquarium, about 3 years old, 1″ acrylic, 8′ long x 30″ wide x 36″ tall, two center overflows, set up at room divider now, stand is made out of blocks and IKEA countertops to allow for a snack bar at the end of tank. The filter is also custom made below tank with two bioball towers and holds approx. 150-200 gallons of water, two 2400 gph energy efficient pumps run the filter. two power compact lights on top of tank. All rock included. Moving out of state and can’t take with me. The tank is very heavy, 6 guys could barely carry the tank alone. The stand would have to be taken apart. You would be responsible for moving the tank. Fish really aren’t included only because its impossible to move this tank and set it up fast enough to keep them. I will start taking the tank down in a week or two.
Arizona craigslist

300 gallon aquarium acrylic – $1750 (Livonia )

300 gallon acrylic aquarium. dual overflow columns. has also been drilled for closed loop system. is on oak stand.
just buffed out scratches and will be re painting stand.
this tank has 3/4″ front, back and ends. top and bottom plates are 1/2″. has all top covers. this tank is very nice! ten feet long, two feet wide and two feet tall. stand is standard 29″ tall.

Custom 6ft. Acrylic Arch Aquarium

Extremely Unique Aquarium available for half the cost of a brand new tank of this design that would cost around $12K

This aquarium has been used in a few company displays for public events. It has scratches on the acrylic that can be buffed out with an acrylic polishing kit and tools. I am selling it at this cost because the buyer will be responsible for buffing any scratches or refurbishing.

It has two overflow columns for the filtration aspect and this tank is drilled to accept bulkheads to connect the filtration / water flow components. Each overflow also has a dry raceway for electrical cords, etc. to create a seamless look.

The tank is 6ft. in length with each cube end being 28″square. The arch in the center is approx. 2ft in width. If the tankwas set-up where on the stands stands and raised on a platform – most people could actually walk underneath the aquarium. The stands are 4ft. in height and 28”square. The powder coat on the stands is worn in some spots and there is some rust on the stands that can be cleaned up.

Shipped in a crate built for it’s transport using freight services. Shipped in the continental USA only.
On e-bay 12-28-12