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Unless that is a Farrier Eagle/Tramp, I would stay well away from it. Any larger trimaran going for $3000 is going to be in really rotten shape with a lot of work necessary and will probably have an actual negative value.
Originally Posted by ramminjammin
looking for a partner : proposing to purchase, fix up, an old "beater"
something that needs a little tlc , under $3,000.
We split purchase, tlc, and anchor her somewhere warm,
Want to have a cheap boat in a warm clime
right now I know where there is a farrier trailer tri for $3,000
on ebay you can often find mid 20 ft sailboats around $2000.
Just looking for some adventure away from the gray :cold: north
messing around with boats , doing some travel, fish'n , etc
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