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Valv

SOLD !!!!! 1998 Ranger 17ft bass boat. Repairable CHEAP !!! SOLD !!!!

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Valv

1998 Ranger 17ft bass boat. It was involved in an accident, motor has been removed, trailer is not in good shape at all but boat has no major damage except cosmetic, hull is good.

It has a Lowrance sonar, livewells, rod lockers, etc.

It's a great project for this winter. It's rated 130hp max, and if you want I have an older Johnson 120hp from the '80s I can let go cheap.

You will have to straighten trailer or getter a new one, but it is NOT towable.

Price at $ 1300 or best offer. Email me for pictures.

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Valv,

can you email me pics please?

cochemjo@mnstate.edu

How bad is the damage to the hull?

Thanks

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Valv

I will take pics tomorrow, I have to take it to a carwash, traveling through a storm it got a little " salted" crazy.gif

Damage to hull is just scrapes and small gouges, nothing serious.

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bklimek

Please send pics to butchy_12@yahoo.com and how much for the 120?

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Valv

Pictures added.

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sparcebag

How bad is the trailor? could ya do a pic of damage or explain.You said not towable,why?dogtrackin?

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Valv

Trailer goes in the scrap pile, there's nothing good, not even the rims, well maybe the winch, but the strap was cut.

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Outfitter17

Hi Valv,

Can you tell us what is cosmeticly wrong with the boat? Do you have anymore pictures.

If you do, could you send them to campmanitou@hotmail.com

Thanks,

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Valv

Pics sent to everybody

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Valv

Pics sent.

Boat model is a R71 Sport

I just want everybody to know this is not a jewel boat, it has scratches, dings etc, but it's a solid hull, if you want a fast and comfortable boat to fish from and want to save some money doing a little work, this is a great deal, after all it's a Ranger. You can have trailer if you want but it will be a nuisance to haul, in my opinion.

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Jigging Bob

Very interested. Could you send me pics of the damage & the older 120 hp motor you have? How much for the 120 hp? Where Are you located? I am guessing I would need another trailer to get her home? robertkarlgaard@hotmail.com

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Valv

SOLD !!!!!!!!!!

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