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04-26-2014 08:08 AM
timkb
Re: P30 1974 For Sale

Asking $2800 sold for $2500. Most of the P30's I see for sail are asking around $5k to $10K with a diesel.

I don't have enough posts to reply to you privately.
04-26-2014 02:43 AM
DayDreamer77
Re: P30 1974 For Sale

What was the asking price?
09-09-2013 12:51 PM
timkb
P30 1974 For Sale

Listing is on Craigslist NJ shore section


Main sail in good condition, working jib sail in good to fair condition, like new 150 Genoa.
Many upgrades - Lazy jacks, newer main and jib halyards. Newer main and jib sheets. Humminbird 580 GPS and Depth. Ritchie BN-202 compass and cover.
Atomic 4 has recent new alternator, carburetor, thermostat and thermostat housing. Custom made exhaust (316 Stainless steel). Newer transmission shift cable. newer temperature gauge. PCV installed (Indigo Electronics).

New Bronze Prop 3-blade (Indigo Electronics).
Cockpit cushions.

New holding tank (Todd 13 gal). Custom traveler setup. Ports removed, resealed, regasketed, film tint applied (reduces internal heat) frames were powder coated (white).

Two years ago bottom was scraped to the gelcoat and 4 coats of epoxy Interlux 2000 E applied in alternating gray and white coats.
Rudder bushings replaced at time of bottom job.

VHF radio - DSC capable. CD player and radio.

This is a good sailable boat that can be upgraded as used.

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