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129141Re: let me ask your opinions - CYOA - criag's list posting Columbia 30 $9999

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  • David
    Oct 2, 2011
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      You're got 4100 lbs of lead ballast...that's worth alot for recycling plus all the gear, mast and sails. Scrapping might bring in more money than selling it.



      --- In columbiasailingyachts@yahoogroups.com, CJE <cjecje1@...> wrote:
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      > My C-29 is presently out of the water. The engine and so forth is all out. Over the years many little things have been neglected and as you well know; all become cumulative. As a result I now have a fair sized task in front of me.
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      > So when I see an ad like this I think:
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      > 1. Pay out $10K and I could sail away.
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      > 2. Part out my boat or sell it to someone with more time than money, or donate it and take the deduction.
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      > Basically: how long will it take me to get my boat in the water versus how fast I could count out a hundred hundreds.
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      > Which would you do?
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      > And why?
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      > stephen
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      > On Oct 2, 2011, at 2:04 PM, Christian Planton wrote:
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      > Columbia C-30 Sailboat Fiberglass- many upgrades - $9999 (East Hampton)
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      > Date: 2011-10-02, 8:45AM EDT
      > Reply to: sale-gf5yd-2584617685@... [Errors when replying to ads?]
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      > Columbia 30' 1972 Tall Rig Sailboat - Make Offer!!! www.sellyourboatnow.shutterfly.com/5731
      > LOA: 30
      > Beam: 9.6
      > Draft: 5.11
      > Weight: 10,000
      > Engine: Atomic 4 Rebuilt Engine 2001 new version, fresh water cooled
      > Holding Tank: 25 gallon w Y valve
      > Water Tank: 25 gallon fiberglass
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      > Heavily built Columbia sailboat with no cracks or defects in the gelcoat or chain plate issues. Will deliver vessel once sold.
      > Suitable for blue water sailing.
      > Taken care of and upgraded over the years with new wiring, new batteries, anchor winch, GPS, new sail cover, new dodger, new Sunblocker upholstery on cushions, many extras.
      > Well maintained Columbia 30' 1974 Tall Rig. Bill Tripp Design.
      > Raised deck design w fin keel.
      > Standard shoal keel draft. Includes a new dodger and new sail cover.
      > Equipped w Selden furlex 2000, 150% Genoa, 110 furling Jib, main sail 2004, Spinnaker, spinnaker pole, halyards and sheets. . All standing rigging replaced in 1998 w stainless steel.
      > Steel/wire halyards for main and fore sails 2005. Spray hood and bimini 2011. Teak swim platform and ladder. Fully galley, full head and interior teak like new. New Sunbrella
      > cushions for cabin and cockpit. Hull was scraped and painted w four coats of barrier coat and antifouling 2006. 2 Deep cycle batteries 2011. Auto tiller pilot Raymarine w fluxgate compass 2005.
      > Depth sounder, Plastimo compass, VHF radio 2005, CD AM/FM radio 2 speakers in cabin and 2 in cockpit. 55 Amp alternator 2005. 50 ft Shore power cord and inverter 2005. Bilge blower, bilge
      > water pump electric and manual. Electric windlass w up and down foot switch at bow and in cockpit 2005. 2 Danforth anchors and 8 stainless steel winches.
      > It has a keel stepped mast.
      > Everything is in good working order.
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      > Turnkey - In water ready to sail!!! Photos: www.sellyourboatnow.shutterfly.com Contact: Steve/Patty (631)896-6212 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting (631)896-6212 end_of_the_skype_highlighting No reasonable offer refused!!!
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      > Location: East Hampton
      > it's NOT ok to contact this poster with services or other commercial interests
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      > PostingID: 2584617685
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