| Condition: || Used || Year: || 1963 |
| Make: || LeComte Northeast |
New Topsides Paint! New Deck Paint! Repowered w/ Yanmar! 280 hours 27 hp model 3gm30 New Cushions! New Water Tanks 80 gal total New Fuel Tanks 25 gal New Holding Tank 35 gal MaxProp feathering prop Newly installed Raymarine ST60 instruments New Raymarine wheel pilot. 2-deep cycle batteries bank roller furling Like new dodger Sailcovers Genoa 120% (Good Condition) Main sail (Excellent condition) Running rigging Windchimes is a gorgeous Bill Tripp designed for day sailing, racing and cruising. She has new topsides paint, new deck paint with very tastefully done non-skid, a Yanmar 3GM30 (only 280 hours!), MaxProp, roller furling, good sails, a like new dodger (not shown), The interior has been mostly redone. It has always been dry and has never experience mold or rot. The original integral keel tank has been replaced with a custom tank and the sole refinished. The headliner is molded fiberglass (not cloth or wood) and has just received a new look. Importantly, she has a new set cushions that look like they just came from the canvas shop. There is double-tank propane locker, aluminum tanks, and solenoid system (stove missing though). However, there are a few odds and ends of remaining work to do: The boat never had a shore-power electrical system and battery charger (most of the parts come with the boat). Sails are excellent, but the boom is wood and of the rolling variety - it works well, but you might want to pick up an aluminum boom and set it up with lazy jacks. All in all though, the boat is a real head-turner and the upgrades are minor. She can be sailed and motored as is. THIS IS NOT A SMELLY BOAT! CLEAN AS CAN BE. She is currently on the hard with new bottom paint. On hard storage is only $200/month and launching has been paid upfront when she was hauled.