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1969 Pearson 28 - project boat in Deltaville, VA

Yesterday while strolling around the local boatyard I came upon this rather sad sight - abandoned boat for sale by the yard. Beautiful lines and the hull appears in decent shape. Missing porthole or two definitely indicates that this would be a project boat. I am sure that the yard would be willing to negotiate on the price.





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That's a Triton. A true classic.
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hopefully it's not full of water. or dead animals.
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