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#12622507 - 02/11/18 05:53 PM Ranger 393v Comanche w/ 2004 Mercury 150 xr6
joemac224 Offline
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Registered: 07/01/14
Posts: 167
Hey y'all, I'm posting my classic for sale. I am not in a hurry to sell it, but if the right deal comes along I would do it.

1987 Ranger 393v Comanche w/ double axle trailer (19'3")
2004 Mercury xr6 150hp (hours unknown, but if I had to guess, 250 maximum)
Tuff Skinz cover
Twin 10ft Power Pole Blades w/ tilt over brackets
(2) Garmin 93sv's with side imagining, down imaging, sonar, and maps
(1) Garmin 73sv with side imaging, down imaging, sonar, and maps
Pro-cise outdoors deck it mount
Minn Kota Fortrex 80
Recessed Foot Pedal Tray
TH Marine G-Force handle
Carpet re-done about 3 years ago
Professionally wet sanded and buffed 6 months ago
Trailer tires 1 year old
Two optima blue top trolling motor batteries
New live well pumps 6 months ago
Both fuel tanks work, and cleaned 6 months ago
Trolling motor serviced 1 month ago
Original upholstery (got to keep some of the classic in her)
I am sure I am forgetting some other goodies, she has had a makeover in the past couple of years.

This boat is reliable. She isn't the fastest, but she starts every single time and I have never had any problems with her. I have run her from the KY Lake dam all the way down New Johnsonville in a College tournament (140 miles round trip), and had 100% confidence the entire time. They don't make them like they used to! I generally run her around 40-45 miles per hour and at 4200 RPMs, but I have seen 60.4 GPS with me and a light load.

With any boat of this age, there will be a few things that aren't perfect, so they are listed here.

There are a few cracks on the bench seat of the main seat
There is a chip out of the passenger windshield
Speedometer doesn't work
Starboard fuel gauge doesn't work
There are a few dents and dings in the gelcoat, but that is to be expected
Trailer fenders have some spider cracks, and still need to be detailed

That is all I can think of, but I am going to be 100% up front about everything with her if the right buyer comes along.

Like I said, I am not in a hurry to sell her. I would love to sell her as a package, and am not interested in taking off the Power Poles or graphs at this time.

Asking $14,750 OBO

The only reason I am selling is to get a bigger boat for more serious tournament fishing. My dream (like most people's here) is to make it to the Elite's, and I can't do that and be competitive with co-anlgers and what not in this boat. If I was solely a small tournament or recreational fisherman, I wouldn't be selling her. I get compliments wherever I go, she is a classic and truly one of a kind. I don't have a ton of pictures on hand right now, but I can send more upon request. Please reach out with any questions, my number is 512-422-1752.

Thanks!

Joseph










Edited by joemac224 (02/12/18 07:50 PM)

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#12624295 - 02/12/18 05:15 PM Re: Ranger 393v Comanche w/ 2004 Mercury 150 xr6 [Re: joemac224]
joemac224 Offline
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Registered: 07/01/14
Posts: 167
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