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I'm the new owner of a 1967 Hinterhoeller 28, hull #35. Looking forward to joining the community here.
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Welcome! How do you like your boat? Was it in good condition?
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We got it in pretty good condition for its age. It's been well cared for by its previous owners and steadily upgraded over the decades. I'm pleased with the purchase. No major repairs have to be made (BMW D12 engine installed in '91 still has less than 1k hours!), just a lot of little things to address over the winter, otherwise quite sail-able and fast

Right now we're limited to day and maybe a single night cruising in our landlocked section of the Ottawa river. I'll be looking to re-equip for Great Lakes cruising over the next year.
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