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I found a boat, its made around 1995 ( 192100 - I don`t know this numbers so if anyone can help ), probably upgraded because it comes with 2 radial sail (one is new for regattas), and has 1 standard sail. Also it comes with two radial lower masts, one standard lower mast and two upper masts (one is new for regattas). And of course with rigs, trailer, daggerboard, rudder. I didn`t saw it but he says that it wasn`t crashed and doesn`t have any damages. It would cost around 2000 Euros.

So what do you think is it a good choice?
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It sounds like a good deal to me, especially with the new sail.
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Jump on it

I keep my eye on used Lasers, hoping for tremendous deal that seldom comes along. At that price, that vintage, two rigs, three sails, I'd say it's a steal. Take a look at it, but if you see no big structural problems, cracks, soft spots in the hull or such, jump all over it.

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