Pachangas weren't too common. Sea Rays were seen as an old man's boat at the time, so a lot of dealers didn't carry them.
They were pretty beamy for a go-fast, and as Sea Rays were pricey for a 22 - especially compared against the competition at the time (Four Winns Liberators, Wellcraft Novas, Donzis, Regals, and a host of lower-priced boat makers that are out of business now. They were priced up with Formulas and Cobalts. A particularly cool boat of that era is a step-hulled Larson Senza. Unique, fast, nice-looking, and nice-riding.
Like any Sea Ray, they're well-made with quality components. They made a few with big blocks, but they're not common around here.
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