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J24 #4146 for sale

NSchulze

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INDIANA
1987 J24 Sail #4146 Dutch Mob (formerly Gangbusters) see complete description below pictures.

Great boat! Solid dry deck. Very clean with new bottom paint. Set of 4 club sails, trailer and motor (with stand for storage) included20210725_141236.jpg20210725_141256.jpg20210725_141304.jpg20210725_141334.jpg20210725_141353.jpg20210725_141500.jpg20210725_135208.jpg20210725_135115.jpg20210725_134814.jpg20210725_132437.jpg20210725_132203.jpg20210725_132141.jpg20210725_132134.jpg20210725_125043.jpg20210725_124722.jpg20210725_120826.jpg20210725_141513.jpg20210725_164402.jpg20210725_164506.jpg20210725_164442.jpgTohatsu 4 stroke, have only used ethanol free gas. Trailer has new tires and built in extension for ramp launching. Also includes lifting bridle. $10,200. Located at Eagle Creek Reservoir in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Much loved and well sailed! Only selling because my new husband has also has a J24 (how we met...)and he sold his house, so it's only fair that I sell my boat!
 

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ProATC

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What type/brand of deck paint did you use? Looks well done. Is it holding up as expected?
Thanks in advance.
 

NSchulze

New Member
Interlux micron anti-fouling paint in black. Also sanded and wet sanded boat bottom to remove prior paint before painting. Not going back into the water before sale.
 

ProATC

Active Member
How about the top of the deck, looks to be added grey paint? When was it applied, and do you like the results, yes it hold up to wear, soft on your feet?

Thanks again.
 

NSchulze

New Member
Hmm. The deck has been that way since I bought the boat in 2015, so I would say it is very resilient and it soft on the feet and doesn't get as hot as the white decks. The darker spots in some of the pictures are just wet spots from the power-wash we did before the pics.
 
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