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Built in 1975, she was completely refurbished by the manufacturer in 1995. all lines were replaced,
a new upgraded halyard winch was installed,
a bow buoyancy bag and transom port were added (like the newest Scots),
the trunk was reinforced and re-gelcoated,
a new centerboard cap was installed,
a new rudder and tiller were installed, and
a new factory paint job, top and bottom, was applied.
During the refurbishment by Flying Scot:
Her sails are all in excellent shape:
A Fisher jib and main, circa 1990. Main has reefs installed.
Two spinnakers: a North from 1993, and a Sobstad from earlier.
Complete with spinnaker pole and rig.
Masthead wind indicator.
Paddle, anchor and anchor line, 2 fenders, and 3 life jackets.
Upgraded aluminum Trailex trailer, with spare, which has been meticulously maintained.
The one thing she is lacking is a good boat cover. We have stored her indoors as long as we have owned her, and havenít used the old cover much. Flying Scot offers several styles of cover starting at $197, or you could probably find a good used cover from a fellow Scot owner.
This is a perfect daysailer for one to six people, and in good condition for racing. The trailer has been meticulously maintained, and is registered in Texas.
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