1964 15' Penn Yan             

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I am the original owner of a Penn Yan 1964 15' Wayfarer, model
W5 535, completely outfitted and with mooring cover and navy top
(all original equipment).  It's in excellent condition and has
never been in the water overnight.  It has been kept in my garage
when not in use.

It falls in the "Classic Boat" category and is an excellent lake
boat.  I have not put it on the market yet.
More about what I have:
   - Removable padded center seat to enable 3 across seating
   - Removable I/O deck carpeting throughout
   - Airguide speedometer and nite-lighted compass
   - Hummingbird LCR 400 ID depth sounder
   - Mayfair First Mate 400 bilge pump (for emergency)
   - Danforth and mushroom anchors
   - Boarding ladder
   - Boat pole and laminated paddle
   - many spliced lines
   What can be stowed is stowed along the sides, leaving the aft
   floor space clear.
   - 4 life jackets (2 for children)
   - 4 floatation cushions
   - Tow harness and laminated skis
   - 1990 48EL Johnson Outboard Motor, with hydraulic lift
      (bought new and has about 20 hours on it)
   - 2 new OMC metal gas cans (1 still in the box)
   - Gator Trailer, Model 156
   - 3 new tires and wheels (never been on the road)
   - tail lights and wiring replaced
   - Power winch, Model 712C

P.S.  We retired to Texas from New York State in 1990.
      The boat, itself, was refurbished by Hudson Woodcraft,
      (at Peterson's Boat Yard, Upper Nyack, N.Y. in 1987),
      before we moved.

This boat has been around Manhattan Island twice.
                     spent summers at Sag Harbor, Long Island
                     travelled up and down the Hudson River
                        (very near where we used to live)
                     been through the Thousand Islands in the St.
Lawrence River 
                     been on Lake George, N.Y. and Seneca Lake - one of
the Finger Lakes
                     been on Lakes Lewisville, Roberts and Grapevine
Speaking from personal experience, we consider this an adequately powered,
seaworthy boat that we have constantly maintained.  I have kept a log
since I bought it.

It is registered and the trailer is licensed in Texas.

You are encouraged to see the boat, etc..

Price: Asking $7800  "Price Reduction" $5,900

Owner Contact: Ralph

Call 972-462-9482 for a mutually-convenient time. 

Or email at: rbroughton12@comcast.net