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go out and find one to buy.. but.. when doing my "homework" on buying a good old boat :rolleyes: I kind of fell in love with the layout, design and CB up and down draft. Yes I'm aware of CBs can be problems in any boat. Also I don't know if there were any P35s made after the late 70s? But just wondering... Am I alone in seeing the P35 through rose colored glasses? :D
I will say that I've not even seen one in real time. And I'm not unhappy with my Oday 30 at all! But hey... hindsight.. is a wonderful thing! woulda coulda shoulda haunts me for not really checking out one before buying a good old boat!

"good" = subjective at best.
"old" = just a number
"boat" what ever floats yours?
 

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The 35 is a great boat. Very balenced if you know where to put the centerboard. Points well too. Nice boat.
 

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Had one. Good boat, esp for the Ches Bay. Bjg weakness is engine access. But overall it is hard to go wrong with one in good shape, It would be worth a lot to get one that has already been repowered.
 
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