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Old 01-26-2011
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here is a list on what work has been done on it. and would you put 22k as the market value for such work ?

* Decks professionally re-cored
* Bottom barrier coated with 5 coats of Interprotect
* Hull, 5 coats of Perfection 2 part polyurethane
* Decks, 3 coats of Perfection 2 part polyurethane
* Rebuilt mast interior support beam
* New teak toe rail and hull to deck joint redone and strengthened
* New teak rudder cap assembly and tiller
* All exterior teak is new (see pictures)
* New Lewmar centre hatch
* New Lexan in all ports
* All deck fittings re-bedded with stainless backer plates
* Interior wood completely replaced including bulkheads
* All cushions replaced with new upholstery and foam
* New Origo gimballed alcohol stove
* New 120 volt shore power system including a new panel
* 12 volt system: 2 new DC panels, new marine grade wiring, two recent 12V batteries and built in battery charger
* LED navigation and interior lighting

* All new electronics: Raymarine VHF, speed, depth, and autopilot ST2000

* Plumbing-All new items: bronze seacocks, hoses, stainless steel sink, Fyn Spray faucet, manual and electric bilge pumps
* All new standing and running rigging, turn buckles, and SS chain plates
* New Harken traveller and mainsheet system
* New double life lines
* Custom bow roller
* New Harken #32 two speed self tailing winches
* Sails: full battened main (good), 150 genoa (good), 120 genoa (new 2009), 90 Jib (new 2009) asymmetrical spinnaker (excellent)
* Kubota 6HP diesel with low hours, new aluminium fuel tank, Racor separator/filter, new Vetus waterlock exhaust and hosing, and new raw water strainer
* Anchor, 100’ anchor rode, all safety equipment, and cockpit cushions included.
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