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Re: Too good to be true??? Help me ASAP!!
If you do get her hauled and surveyed, just have a word with the surveyor at the end, tell him/her what you're paying, and he/she will probably tell you there and then if it's a good price, plus a quick summary of any big stuff they find. The paper survey a week or so later will usually read like a horror story as they pretty much give you everything that would need doing to get it to an "as-new" condition, which on a 30 year old boat is likely to be a long list regardless of how well the boat has been looked after.
1974 C&C27 MkII
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