Boat for sale to a person who will take pride in this boat as I do!

Commenced building in 1970, completed in 1973, from plans taken off a Hartley design from New Zealand and my own ideas put into construction of the mahogany cabin.

Hull of boat is 3/8 coachwood ply, fibreglass to chine, plywood planking curved to create flared bow.  Side planking is 3/8 coachwood ply. Cabin top and decking fibreglassed, stainless steel bow rail. Full instrument panel, radio and depth sounder. Powered by a 3 cylinder 70hp Chrysler outboard motor.

Price $16,000.00 ono.  Contact Ian Arstall, Geelong, ph 03 52217428

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