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A Pearson that vintage probably has a very thick hull, which is always an important consideration.
To check for obvious deck core water infiltration problems, jump up and down near the chainplates, stantion bases...etc...
If it''s mushy, buyer beware!
Hunters, in my opinion, will never cut the mustard as an offshore boat, but that''s my opinion. I never sailed on a Hunter offshore, so what do I know???
If you have the time and talent to fix any problems in the Pearson, you will have a good boat for (probably) a good price.