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mixmkr

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Looks more than worth it to me. I might fabricate a storage space, where it looks cut out under the tiller. A good cleaning, new intensity sail and some blade tlc should get you 95% there, and hopefully on the water
 

danpal

Active Member
I wonder why all the holes were cut into the deck, especially the one by the tiller. Did the previous owner say? You still got a very good deal. The rudder by itself is worth at least $150 - $200.
 

nhsusan57

Member
Looks more than worth it to me. I might fabricate a storage space, where it looks cut out under the tiller. A good cleaning, new intensity sail and some blade tlc should get you 95% there, and hopefully on the water
I was ready to toss it into the dump...but I'm now thinking it might make a good beginner's boat for the grandson
 

nhsusan57

Member
I wonder why all the holes were cut into the deck, especially the one by the tiller. Did the previous owner say? You still got a very good deal. The rudder by itself is worth at least $150 - $200.
The owner claimed to know nothing about the boat.
I believe the holes were done by one owner back.
I did get a good deal.
Either as a parts boat or a fixer upper
 

Cactus Cowboy

Well-Known Member
That hole in the afterdeck can also be glassed up... but first use it to effect other repairs, if necessary. :rolleyes:

Not a bad score for the money, I can hear that 'SCARFACE' line: "FIFTY BUCKS!!!" :eek:
 
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