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36.000.oo and a good hull

my christmas gift to me this year a 77 formosa center cockpit 3600.oo partially submerged. needs new engine posible transmission rebuild,reverse cycle heat/air,refrigeration/ some 110 rewiring and cleaning have only 36.000.00 to invest.no teak decks and it comes with a new glassed cabin top and sides.has wood mast and booms. main boom is rotted. needs repaires or replacement. survey said exterior is above average interior average for year.can i bring her back to life with the money i have? its nice to be on board this site. thanks rtv nc.
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thanks marc, am new to this computor as i am to sailing, going to try and upload pics off my new lifetime project/retirement home
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It won't be easy but it's doable. Watch for rot issues with bulkheads and any other wood that was immersed. What kind of water? Salt, brackish or fresh?
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With careful shopping and $36K you can find a boat that floats, sails, and motors.
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salt water aprox submersion time 3 hrs if that amount of time affects the future damage. r u familiar with formosa? ive read afew comments mostly negitive on this boat. but i wasnt botherd by the comments however the conversations between the pro formosa and the cons sure can get heated up.
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