Rangers were designed for racing and capable of nine knots, steers great in light or heavy winds. Random often places in the top three in amateur races. Owners are aging out of sailing. Random has many good years left, and the usual equipment and spare parts.
Atomic Four 30hr virtually rebuilt, (Inboard 4 Stroke Gas) excellent condition
Electric starter for engine
Ablative bottom paint two years old, and cleaned quarterly by a diver
Portable air conditioner shown in picture
Head two years old with Septic Tank
Stove removed, custom cabinetry for storage
Cabinet doors for easy access to head seacocks
Refrigeration replaced 7 years ago
Water Tank 21 gals
Fuel 21 gals
Sleeps six if so configured, currently the quarter berth is used for sail storage and Air conditioning.
Water heater, currently unhooked from heat exchanger
Carpet is in great shape, cut and sewn to fit; photo shows the sole instead of the carpet.
Compass, Cockpit Table
Automatic bilge pump
Roller Furling jib
Jib Sail 150% 1985 with repairs
Mainsail good condition
Storm and spinnaker sails, like new
Propeller 3 blade
Depth gage and knot meter
3 anchors, one on the bow and 2 storm anchors, Danforth and Claw
Cushions in good shape
Sail Covers replaced recently
Dodger & Bimini replaced
Life jackets, fenders and extra dock lines, and other safety equipment
Shore power long cord, 30 amp and pigtail adapter for 15 amp
Autopilot, but clamp needs replacing
Boat was trucked from Great Lakes in early 1990s by second owners, one of whom is still a current owner.