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Well considering they only run from 12,000 to 25,000 with working motors,(Ok there are 2 listed at over 30,000 but my guess is they are dreaming at that price) are they giving it away? Is it perfect otherwise, as in new still sealed in plastic sails, brand new rigging new interior cushions, recently painted topsides and redone decks? If you don't have the money to put a motor in after getting the boat for $2000 (the most I could see paying for one without one) then you really should not be looking at this boat at all. Look for another one with working motor or something smaller that is fully functional.

Yes I know it is harsh, but it is reality.

1972 Coronado 35 ft center console sailboat for sale in Florida

I don't know anything about this boat, but running and standing rigging is a lot cheaper than a motor! (new motor is going to set you back at least $15 grand alone)
 
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