Hey all - ran across the below ad this morning and figured I'd toss it up here (I'm not related to this in any fashion).  There appear to be some engine issues, but given the condition the interior seems to be in, this could have the makings of a decent project if anyone was interested:


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Having striped all the original CC "Maple" stain and refinishing the interior and exterior Mahogany as I have on my 31 I can tell you that this owner truly loved his boat.  I think the Ad says it all.  Anyone who wants to invest in replacing or rebuilding the Port Engine will have themselves a nice boat.  BTW, I have decided to replace my blown Port engine with a new rebuilt long block.  This will be the 3rd time for me in the 38 years that I have owned the Bonnie Dick.

Tim G.

I've spoken to this owner (he actually called me) - I may have to stop and visit on my next trip south (this coming weekend).

Good luck!

I just saw this too, Matt.  That river is fresh water too.  If I sell my 41, I'd be very interested in going to see this one.  With a new baby on the way, I could manage this 31 a little easier.  If anyone knows the history of this boat, please share. 

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