It's a 2007 that I purchased new. I don't have any photos and the sunfish is currently on a trailer and well tarped up. I could take some photos but it won't be for a couple of days. The hull is white, the deck is a very light grey with a wide light blue stripe running fore and aft. The sail is white dacron, not multi-colored. The sail is part of the Sunfish Pro package as is the glass over foam center board, and rudder. The bailer was removed as it hung down just below the bottom of the hull and would catch on anything, it eventually ceased to do its job as designed, and water would seep in but not drain. I found a basic bleach bottle made a great bailer. The bottom, as the ad states has some minor cosmetic scratches, these do not penetrate the gel coat and are pretty much unavoidable if your beaching the boat. This Sunfish has been sailed less than a dozen times, mostly in Cowichan Lake with a couple of trips to Nitinaht Lake. Hope this info is helpful.