Mowjo Posted September 13, 2014 Share Posted September 13, 2014 Ah Ha! I told you! you can't get rid of me that easily, I'm in the process of buying another boat, it's a Seamaster 27, I just love them! Jon has to do a bit of work on the engine before we complete as on tickover there's a nasty noise, Jon reckons it's a loose engine mount of it may be one or two need replacing, but the guy selling will be paying for it before we complete the sale, so if the engine doesn't purr like a rough old diesel, no sale, it needs a lot of love to bring it back but it's mostly cosmetic stuff like re-varnishing, and a few bits of woodwork replacing, but in my eyes nothing major, and the best bit is it's all original Gel coat and in good condition which tells me it's never been on the hire fleet, I'm already worried as it has a cooker on it that looks like it's never been used, Judi wants a new one, the fridge is something else, looks like something died in there, Judi wants a new one, The cooker is good so will be going up for sale, the fridge will get skipped, it also has the biggest invertor I've ever seen it must be 18in by 12in, I reckon the whole marina runs off it, it's pretty new but I don't like them so that will go up for sale, so far Judi has spent, I should say plans to spend £1600, and that's without anything I need, honestly new curtains, new carpets, new helm seats, and I bet she moans when I spend £60 on varnish, anyway all be well we should complete later in the weeks once Jon sorts her out, the boat that is not the wife, Judi is busy making a list of jobs for me, and it's an I want list not we should list, luckily I got more for my boat than I though and this one was quite a good price, so at least I have a boat kitty for this one,,, Frank,,, 5 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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