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new boat owner

Well ... old boat, new owner I mean. 30' Coronado in Dana Point.
Thank you to everyone posting information here. I learned enough to loose my fear of working on the A-4 engine. Enough to get started anyway, and enough to stop paying the mechanic that I dont think was actually changing the oil which was totally black
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Welcome, get her out there, that's a solid boat.
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