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Wayne Ek

2007 Ranger Z-20 Comanche For Sale

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FOR SALE:

Z-20 Ranger Comanche (2007) powered by a 2007 Yamaha 225 HPDI

(with extended warranty). The trailer is a 2007 dual axle custom Ranger trailer.

· Duel Console

· Motor Guide TR 109 FB digital (36 volt) (105 peak thrust)

· 2- Lowrance LCX-111C HD sonar

· Remote oil fill

· Hot Foot

· Keel guard

· Ranger Armor trailer with swing away tongue

· 9” hydraulic jack plate with blinker style controls

· 4 Interstate (black top) batteries

· Onboard 4 bank charger

· Deluxe boat cover with ratchets

· 2 seats

· SS prop

· Front deck step

· Locker security bar

· Interior light system

· Pump-out live well system

· 2 Bilge pumps

· Recessed trolling motor slot

This boat is custom wrapped (Crystal-Pierz) the gel coat has been protected from the sun since day one. Boat will be available after November 1st, 2007.

Price- $42,000.00

E-mail Wayne at week@rea-alp.com

Call at 320-808-3270

Pictures available. grin.gif

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Wayners... any takers on the boat? You thinking of runningit another year?.. I didn't get a chance to ride in this one yet. 8-)

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Couple of quires, nothing that looks solid. I don't mind running it one more year. I may have to pull the wrap, but thats ok. We will make it out this year... Ray was stealing you away from me, hope I'm not hurt 8-)

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Wayne

and lookers

liked the ride in your boat and electronics when we toured Green Lake last summer

It should be even better looking when the body wrap comes off as it has great colors.and that did keep it pristene on most of body[No Sunlight]

I did like the colors on your boat the year before even better

Thats what makes boating more economical when guys get antsy and sell their nice nearly new boats at greatly reduced prices than new.

Nice rig

good luck

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PRICE REDUCED

Reduced the price to $38,000.00

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Do you have pics?

sunsethusky@kmts.ca

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Can you post pics?

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could you send some pictures

duckhunter557@yahoo.com

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Here they are:

Z20001.jpg

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Nice boat Agape!!

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Thanks, and if the ice ever leaves maybe I can fish from it again.

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PRICE REDUCED....

$36,900.00

Electronics will not go with the boat.

Trolling motor will.

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