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Subject: Re: New Trapper owner MAYBE


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Date Posted: 20/04/06 22:20:32
In reply to: Ian 's message, "Re: New Trapper owner MAYBE" on 20/04/06 18:05:21

I'm sorry nobody has replied to you so far but the trapper 28/ 400 is not the most common trapper and as Ian says, this place relies on people coming on every so often to check a thread,.

However,all the archives from this board are available, you can google the site or simply have a quick read through and look up some owners of trapper 28/400 that have contributed and email them direct.

There are quite a few posts from people recently who have either bought 28s or are doing them up. I'm sure you will find one of the owners to be very helpful.

In addition there is a linked site listed on the links from the main site of a guy that doesn't currently have a 28 but had one a long time and knows a lot about them.

I hope that helps.

From a personal point of view I've always liked the look of the 28, but that sleek look comes from a low coach roof which always means less internal volume. I'm told they sail very well. I don't know how boat prices compare in Ireland, which is where I assumed tyou are as the price was in Euros, but do take into account the cost of fitting a new engine. There is a thread about fitting a new one on here so you could talk the the guy doing that.

There is also a thread by a chap who has just bough Trapper Tass so he might share some ideas with you about current prices in the UK.

Nick

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