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Tom and Barb Koehl

Interesting photos. My boat was in worse condition, or perhaps I should say unfinished condition, and I paid $9K plus $2K in transportation charges. My original estimate of $30K to bring it back to life were a bit low and I now think that $40K is more realistic. Considering that I'll have a virtually "new" boat I can accept that, but I'll also have about 1500 man hours into the refurbishing. If you had to pay a yard to do the work you'd be in WAY over your head. This boat has some nice equipment and fittings, but I wouldn't pay more than I did. I retrospect, I probably paid about $4K too much - but that's minor considering the overall investment. Plus, I WANTED a project boat, both as a retirement project and so that when it's done I'll KNOW the boat inside and out down to the smallest detail. -Tom K

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