I mentioned this Scamp
in the "Sightings" thread, as I saw it on the side of the road in Key Largo, Florida, on Friday, January 1. It's along the main highway, on the west side, towards the north end of town.
It looks very clean and original. I'm guessing it has been kept under cover, as usually Florida gelcoat is pretty sun-baked, and this is shiny and good looking.
I didn't get any photos of the inside, but I was able to peek in the door window, and it looked as clean and neat as you would expect. Plaid, original looking cushions, a front gaucho, and I saw a fold-away screen door.
I can't tell what that says after the price. You would expect maybe "BO" for best offer, but it looks more like "MO"
(There is a photo of the for sale
sign in with the photos.)
Being used to the Boler
belly band, I noticed that this Scamp's band was smooth metal on the vertical face (Bolers have ribs there). I wonder if Scamps are all like this or if it is something that evolved as they got newer?
Of course, if you are interested, do check it out yourself and don't take my word for it -- I only spent about two minutes looking it over, as I was on the road north and just pulled over to get a few photos for this referral.
Although you can see the price has been lowered, this was the first time I noticed it parked there, after driving that stretch of road quite a few times over the holidays.