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post #45 of Old 02-16-2011
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Originally Posted by alcapown View Post
I've read some interesting things on hunters online, seems there are quite a bit of people that think they are poorly made boats, but then again some that swear by them. Hmm. Also, I need to ask more questions, wonder what some really helpful ones would be, over the phone, before I make the drive, if I do. This does appear though to not be too bad of a deal, but no motor.

There are a lot of Hunter haters out there, but I wouldn't hesitate to get one. Actually, I have one.

Also, there may not be much wood, but the wood that is there is structural. Keep that in mind if you go and look at it. It is not just trim pieces. There is also wood used for deck core in the transom, chainplates, and mast step area.

Good luck, but don't shy away from it because of what you read on the net. It would be a great boat for you.
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