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Re: Is 12 hp adequate hp on a P27?

I took a look at a very nice P30 in Barrington RI. It is offered at a good price and in great shape
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Re: Is 12 hp adequate hp on a P27?

Thanks for the heads up on the P30 but I'm still set on the 27.

Forgot to update you folks on the 27 we looked at in April. The boat was still on the hard. When we got there the owner said he had received an e-mail from a fellow that morning who was willing to buy the boat sight unseen. The boat looked good for the asking price but the owner did not want me to sea trial it or even put it in the water and start the engine. I could see his point. He had the promise of getting cash now and here I was saying I'd like to look more closely at the boat (and possibly backing out of the deal depending on what I found).

Apparently his e-mail buyer bought the boat since I did not see it reappear in the 'for sale' ads.

Looked at another boat being sold by a broker and it was crap. That one is still for sale.

So anyway, I'm still looking.
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