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Ranger 188VX Won at the Crappie USA Classic For Sale

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By Ronnie Capps - Posted on 04 November 2010


I have a certificate for a new 2010 Ranger 188 VX with a Ranger Trail trailer, Evinrude 150 ETEC engine, Minn Kota 80lb trolling motor, and Humminbird 788ci electronics for sale. The boat will be built to your specs upon order placement. For upgrades in boat size, motor size, etc. the difference in price will be paid to the boat dealership upon boat delivery -- It will be brand new built to your specs. This boat can easily have double pedestals up front for trolling with all work done at the Ranger factory. Steve and I would like to sell this for $28,000 but for cash we would negotiate. The picture is of a similar set up. Just respond here on the site if you are interested and I will answer. Ronnie Capps

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Is there any contact information available for this AD???

Ray's picture

Hey Midnight check your PRIVATE MESSAGES. I sent you the phone number for Ronnie.


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Ray's picture

Ronnie is at a tackle show in Texas this weekend. He will get you an answer on Monday.


midnighthrasher's picture

Is this still for sale??? If yes please contact me.

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Awesome !!

Thanks Ray excellent job.

Ronnie Capps

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