Originally Posted by Airstream345
Thanks Bruce, I landed on a listing page and so no KK42 photo so I moved on. Clicking through now it's clearly a 42. The photo posted here with the wood trim gunwales threw me.
This one looks to be a real mess. If you had the time, space and skills it's certainly cheap. But I'd bet someone would be into the boat for far more than it's worth when they are done. I'd rather buy a creampuff 42 for under $300K and go cruising.
good comments guys, defiantly need your eyes wide open here!
I'm sure there is a reserve so at least $75K is what i would expect .
there are plenty of better boats to spend on ,supposedly the interior is ok .
IF you had to have A KK42 this is one way and then all the repairs are your own.
But"If ifs and ands were pots and pans, there'd be no work for tinkers' hands."
Ill let this pass but it was interesting being such an early model.....
if i already owned it, my approach would be very different.