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Old 09-29-2018, 03:36 PM   #1
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1976 GB 32 For Sale

I just completed the Loop in my 1976 Grand Banks and she is now for sale. Power is an 80hp Lister Petter CS4 (based on the Ford block and very similar to the Ford Lehman 80hp). Engine hours are approximately 2000 hrs. 4-5 previous oil analysis available as I always had it done with engine oil changes. No problems on the 5300 mile Loop. Newer aluminum fuel tanks, Standard Horizon VHF with AIS integrated to Garmin on the Bridge and Coastal Explorer Nav PC in the salon. Depth sounder, older hailer and VHF on the bridge. Older, but functional auto pilot. Older Furuno Radar. Hull finish is good, interior average (am currently updating Galley). AC/DC fridge and propane stove/oven. Newer Kuuma hot water heater. 3 anchors, dock lines, fenders, etc. I'll list it here for a bit and broker it in the Winter/Spring of 2019. Asking $47,900. Solid boat. email for more info., reason for selling, and pictures. dsherburn AT att.net
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Old 10-01-2018, 07:27 AM   #2
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Pictures?
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Old 10-01-2018, 08:57 AM   #3
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Hi Ben-probably the easiest thing to do is shoot me an email and I can send you a listing sheet I put together and some photo's. I can go out to the yard and take any specific photo's you want to see.

Otherwise, I'll try and upload some general photo's to the forum here later today.
Thanks again...

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We like pictures. Nobody said it was going to be easy. We'll even look at your favorite Loop pictures.
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That’s kinda like moaning about sitting through a slide show. Loop pics must be like seeing slides of uncle Ralph and cousin Emma. Only people from the days of slides and photo albums would understand though. Oh .. Ralph and Emma have passed.

Speaking of loop pics don’t think I’ve seen any. Seen lots of Alaska pics and posted many of same but loop pics? Would be interesting to me as the midwest and eastern US is almost exotic to me as I’ve mostly always lived on the west coast. So now I’m looking for pics too. But I know what a GB looks like and unless it’s drop dead gorgeous ... even then ...
But seeing other peoples boats is good and even somewhat important as it identifes them and helps getting to know them. And keeping the same avatar pic for recognition is also somewhat important here on TF. So lets see the pictures.

It’s kinda mean to coax people to post pics when ya know they don’t know how to post them. Lots of older people here that don’t do wifi well..... like me.
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Here is a link to Intuitions Loop blog as some have requested...
https://sherburnloopblog.wordpress.com/
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dsherburn,
Thanks, I like the sand dunes.
Nice boat too.

Are you using an i-pad to post pics?
Some of my pics look like yours and for me I think it has all to do w how I hold the pad while taking the pics. When I go into my pictures and rotate the pics that posted up-side-down, upsidedown in the file .. they still post upsidedown on TF.
However none of my pics have posted sideways.
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only 1700 lbs? Seems a little light to me.
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Old 10-07-2018, 08:19 PM   #10
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Oops...17,000 lbs.
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Not sure why the pictures went sideways. They were taken with my iPhone and sent to my computer where they are "right-side-up". When they posted to TF a couple went wonky.

The sand dunes in Northern Michigan are wonderful as is the water. Crystal clear...you can see down 30-40 feet. I'll likely head back to the North Channel and Georgian Bay Canada next summer as it's a wonderful (and close) cruising ground to where I live in Western Michigan.
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Not sure why the pictures went sideways. They were taken with my iPhone and sent to my computer where they are "right-side-up". When they posted to TF a couple went wonky.

The sand dunes in Northern Michigan are wonderful as is the water. Crystal clear...you can see down 30-40 feet. I'll likely head back to the North Channel and Georgian Bay Canada next summer as it's a wonderful (and close) cruising ground to where I live in Western Michigan.
A photo originally captured in “landscape” orientation will post correctly on the forum. However, if a photo is captured in “portrait” orientation it will be posted sideways on the forum. It is what it is!
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