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100 gallon low iron peninsula aquarium for sale


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Hi all. I live in Boca Raton Florida and I am selling my 100 gallon peninsula built by Gaston Bianchi in Miami. Please read below and if you are interested let me know. I’m not asking for alit if money as my downsized tank was free. Maybe like $650.

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100 gallon peninsula reef tank. Dimensions are 48” x 24” x 20” high. The stand is 30” tall. Thick low iron glass is 3/4 inch on the ends and 1/2 inch from and back. Beautiful super clear visibility of fish and corals. Built in Miami by Gaston Bianchi of TankMe. Usually a one year waiting list to get one if his tanks. The tank is built to last a lifetime. Can be used as a peninsula or up against a a wall as a traditional aquarium. Also you can use it for freshwater fish.
Tank has 1 one inch main drain and a second 1. Inch backup drain (Herbie drain). The are 2 3/4 inch return lines. Very good condition with unions and a spears gate valve.
Comes with all plumbing, a Trigger 30” Ruby refugium sump, and an antique solid wood stand that has doors from a Chinese Wedding bed. A very beautiful set up indeed. The sump alone cost $500 new to purchase, so this is one heck of a deal. Everything works fine and is in good condition. There a few light scratches from normal wear and tear of soft low iron glass, but barely noticeable. To purchase this setup new would cost about $5000 and the glass would not even be as thick as this tank.
The tank is ready for pick up Labor Day or after. It will require 2 to 3 guys to lift it up onto a truck. Just pull up to the garage, there are no steps.
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