500 Gallon glass aquarium with stand and canopy. Includes: - 2' x 4' 85 gallon sump - two 1100 gph hi-pressure coralife pumps - four ocean clear canister filters - UV Sterilizer Aquarium is 9' long, 3' tall, and 30" from front toback Stand is 9' 4.5" x 33" tall x 32.5" fromfront to back Please contact Kell at 702-673-7606. I am offering this tank for a low price of $3800 because it has had some minor repairs on the glass. It is currently in my garage filled with water for anyone who would like to see it. Serious inquiries only please. The repairs are out of sight and not visible when the tank is set up. Please contact me at the number above or at firstname.lastname@example.org or PM me. I will post some pics so you can see. On the front of the glass at the very top was a slight chip taken out of the glass. It has been filled with epoxy and is completely covered by the canopy so it is out of sight. The chip did not penetrate through the glass. It's just a surface chip. On the back of the tank at the bottom a clamshell fracture is present. This sounds worse than it is and makes for a tough sell but this is why I am selling at a reduced price. As the photos show, and for anyone who would like to see locally, the tank is currently in my garage filled with all 500 gallons. The clamshell fracture is about an inch and a half wide on the front pane at the base of the glass. It is not a crack, but a fracture. I called the tank manufacturer and other glass repair shops and followed their instructions on repairing the glass. Here are the photos of the fracture before the repair. As you can see, the fracture was no taller than the bottom pane, being 3/4" thick. To repair I removed the silicone along the entire base of the inside of the tank. I did not remove the panes or the silicone between the glass. I laid down a 6x6" piece of glass flat on the inside of the tank up against the inside of the front pane and re-siliconed the entire bottom of the tank. This piece of glass can be entirely covered by sand or gravel w/o a problem. I then siliconed another peice of glass to the outside of the fracture, flat against the existing glass. The photos are difficult to see due to reflection: View attachment 182602 Here is the picture of the entire tank (note it is not currently on the stand. I have a seperate stand and canopy). Here is a photo of the stand and sump. A canopy is included but not in photo.