This paper studies a class of stochastic and time-varying Gaussian intersymbol interference (ISI) channels. The $i^{th}$ channel tap during time slot $t$ is uniformly distributed over an interval of centre $c_i$ and radius $ r_{i}$. The array of channel taps is independent along both $t$ and $i$. The channel state information is unavailable at both the transmitter and the receiver. Lower and upper bounds are derived on the White-Gaussian-Input (WGI) capacity $C_{{WGI}$ for arbitrary values of the radii $ r_i$. It is shown that $C_{WGI}$ does not scale with the average input power. The proposed lower bound is achieved by a joint-typicality decoder that is tuned to a set of candidates for the channel matrix. This set forms a net that covers the range of the random channel matrix and its resolution is optimized in order to yield the largest achievable rate. Tools in matrix analysis such as Weylâ€™s inequality on perturbation of eigenvalues of symmetric matrices are used in order to analyze the probability of error.