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Wayne Ek

FOR SALE 2004 RANGER COMANCHE

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2004 Ranger Comanche 520 VX (Duel Console)Maroon/White with gray carpet and seats.

2004 225 Yamaha HPDI

TR109 Motor Guide trolling motor (36 vokt) with recessed foot contol.

5 Inter-state batteries new in July of 2006.

3 bank on-board charger & 2 bank on-board charger.

2 Garmin 240 graphs

1 Lowrance X-25 color GPS/Graph.

1`Vexlar FL-10 flasher

Lighted storage compartments

Hot foot control

Deck extension step

Hamby's keel guard

Ranger security bar on front compartments

One bike seat and one fold down seat

3-blade stainless prop.

Ranger heavy duty travel cover, with ratchet tie down.

Ranger tandum axle trailer with Ranger Road Armor

Stored inside year round and professionally winterized each fall.

Boat was purchased from Crystal-Pierz in June of 2004. Yamaha still has one full year of extended warranty.

$34,000.00

Wayne

320-886-3008

week@rea-alp.com

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Wayne- have you sold this boat yet?

If not, I can vouch having fished out of this boat. This is an awesome boat! And this boat has been taken care of for sure! You would also be dealing with a top notch guy! If I were you, I might try and heckle a guided fishing trip in the alex area as part of the deal!

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Thanks Deitz. I sure we could work something like that out.

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Reducing the price people shocked.gif This is the boat that I used to take a signed dollar bill away from Deitz. Dropping it to $32,000.00

Talk to me grin.gif

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man I wish I had that kind of Capital!!!! if Idid I'd be all over this deal like white on rice or should I say whitecaps on Mille lacs?? lol Nice boat there Agape grin.gif

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Thanks, Deitz really liked it when he took my dollar, not so much when I took his wink.gif

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any luck selling the boat yet??

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