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Old 07-18-2014, 06:53 PM   #15
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you know, it might be a good idea for someone to start a serial number list for these trailers.
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Old 07-18-2014, 07:37 PM   #16
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That is a good idea. In fact about 14-years ago I was looking to buy a West Wight Potter 15 sailboat. No owners list existed at that time, so being the fool that I am, I started a Potter Owners web site and owners List.

The website grew and grew until I was spending many hours a week maintaining the web site.

International Marine's West Wight Potter Owner's Home Port, Potter Sailboats, Sailboats

Sold it several years ago to the Manufacture of the Potter sailboats!

Such a list would work great with this web site.



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Old 07-19-2014, 06:33 PM   #17
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Greetings all,

I went and took a look at the Compact ll this morning.

Using a scale of 1 to 10, with 1 being a haul away shell, and 10 being restored like new, I'd rate the trailer at a 4. It's not a bad looking trailer, just a bit shabby looking, and showing 41 years of use.

I might have rated it higher except for the following defects.

1. Numerious unfilled small drill holes here and there on the fiberglas outside.

2. Cracked front window.

3. Missing rock guard..with one of the arms hanging loose!

4. Pop-Top polytype tenting had tears in it.

5.Refrigerator was a installed 110 volt dorm type, In addition, there was no double outside vents to inducate that a 3-way refrigerator had ever been installed!

I was not able to check out the water pump, water supply, lights, hot-water tank, etc. because there was no water or electric power available.

The wood work, cabinets, were in good condition...needing only some paint.

All in all not a bad trailer. Overpriced, but I most likely will buy it, if and when the seller gets a good title!

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