Older Alcort Sunfish; no trailer

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  1. tue52162

    tue52162 New Member

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    City:
    Chambersburg
    State:
    PA
    Cost:
    $600
    For Sale or Trade
    No calls, email or text only please.
    610-573-8301

    Currently, I'm interested in: a good outdoor sleeping bag, a hammock tent, good pair of binoculars, a bolt action .308, 1911 parts, 22LR varmit rifle. Full or partial trades considered. Cash is always good too.

    Sails great, needs nothing...unless you want to paint it.

    I bought this boat about 2 years ago, sanded the hull down to fix some cracks & never bothered painting it. It's easier to properly fix that way. I have the coaming (V-shaped piece) and the aluminum trim for it as well.

    It's a fun boat to learn to sail with. It fits in the bed of any truck or on top of your car (weighs about 125 lbs). I used to haul it on my Honda Accord. It's easy to load with two people, I used to load it myself; it's more of a technique than a strength thing.

    Check out the photos and shoot me a message.
    No phone calls. text or email only please.

    View pics here: 14' Sunfish Sailboat
     
  2. Wavedancer

    Wavedancer Upside down? Staff Member

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    Not a 'real' Sunfish...
     
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    tue52162 New Member

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    What do you mean?
     
  4. Wavedancer

    Wavedancer Upside down? Staff Member

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    The sail obviously isn't a Sunfish sail. The hull looked different, but on closer inspection it appears to be a Sunfish hull. The absence of the splashguard and the cleat next to the daggerboard slot threw me off.

    PS: The picture shows the rig on the 'wrong' side of the mast.
     
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    tue52162 New Member

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    Indeed.
    I have the title. I have the coaming and the aluminum trim too. I removed these because I typically moved the boat around via my back and hauled it upside down on my roof racks. I also added the two deck plates, which each have a flitted, drawstring sack to store personal items.
     
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    ...I did not realize that there was a 'wrong' side. I think that I've always set it up this way.
     
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