We got the boat from a friend of a friend after he sank it in Montauk and let it sit for a few years. It needed, and got, everything that wasn't fiberglass replaced or repaired. Some of them, like the motor, were done twice. It's not shiny and new, but it looks dam good for a 30yr. old boat. I used it less than 6hrs before it had to come apart again, but it ran very strong. Early next week I should get the motor back from the shop and a week or 2 after that be boating again.