I currently an restoring a 1960 Lone Star 16. It is a great boat but I cannot raise the mast or comfortably sail her alone. Have been keeping my eyes opened for a Sunfish, Dolphin, Butterfly, etc. for single sailing. While out walking the neighborhood I have noticed a Fish in a neighbors side yard that hasn't moved in years. Stopped to talk to the owner on Sunday and asked him if he would be wiling to sell. Found out that the boat is a 66 by Alcort and visually appears to be in fair condition for its age. My assessment: Negatives - the cockpit was full of water (don't know if the drain cock was open, clogged, or frozen). some of the hardware (blocks) would need replacement, the lower metal rudder bracket (underside the hull) was loose. I did not get to see the rudder or dagger board. Positives - the sail and spars are stored indoors and I was told that they are in good shape. The galvanized trailer should OK after replacng the bunks. The has replaced the bow handle and combing. I may be buying an albatross or a piece of gold and have absolutely no idea as to how much to offer. Sunfish prices in the Dallas area are all over the board. I would appreciate any opinions as to what would be a reasonable first offer. Does $150-$200 seem too low? YOUR OPINIONS PLEASE!!!