I found one of the originals. I have been searching for a webbers cove from the late 60’s and early 70’s. But like most finding a downeast on a budget and raising a family at the same time is tricky. This one is a ‘71. The hull is good but the cabin was done without much thought to downeast flare. I think it will need some time, material and effort. Spend less and work more on it. She has a 3116 for power. Well the good first: Use her for the nice part of the season. Enjoy the time and work on a little clean up. The bad: She will need to undergo a little transformation during the off season. I figure block her up on the hard and do the bottom. New thru hulls and bottom paint. Hopefully the good weather in the fall is consistent and lasts into November. Here is a question for the gurus of this forum? Stick build a cabin or I believe there is a top in blue hill Maine that might be available. Simple or build my own?