Well I can't exactly prove it cause I paid cash and didn't get a receipt...but I did buy the boat AND trailer for $25 this past Saturday. I found the ad on Craigslist here in Dallas. By the time I drove 30 miles to pick it up the lady told me she had about 20 emails, but she honored our deal cause I was first to respond. I did stop on the way to her place and bought two new tires/wheels at Northern Supply for the trailer for $46. Put them on and headed home with the boat. Check out the picture of it when I got back from buying it. I'll post another picture when done. I fugure it will take me a couple more weeks or so. So anyway...the boat has no physical damage of any kind. It's faded and somewhat water logged (it's probably 50lbs too heavy) but the mast and booms are fine. The rudder, tiller and centerboard are in great shape. I've already removed the tiller/rudder hardware, sanded and put 3 coats of spar varnish on the wood pieces. I put it all back to gether this morning over coffee...looks great. The sail is shot so yesterday I ordered a new one online for $139 and a new set of sail rings for $16. Today I stopped at West Marine and bought two 4" and one 6" inspection ports. I'll cut the holes and blow some fresh warm air through the hull space and get the thing dried out. *******How long should it take to dry? I've no clue. I plan to re-paint the hull and deck with Interlux two part. First I want to drill the rivets and remove the aluminum trim because a couple rivets have pulled out and most of those remaining are rusted/corroded. I plan to fill the original rivet holes with epoxy and then drill fresh holes after painting. I'm going to paint the bottom dark blue and the deck a light creme color. Going to paint the trailer dark blue to match. Finish the trailer with some creme pin striping and chrome moon hubcaps. I'm telling you...it's going to be a rockin little boat.