She's in good shape for her age, probably because it hails from the era when the builder was still trying to impress people with the first few hulls.
Deck is nice and firm, even around the mast step and chain plates.
Foils have a couple very minor dings which could easily be corrected with a dab or two of Marine Tex.
The main and jib still have some crispness and are not the original set.
I recently replaced the cockpit drain hoses and fixed a dock bite on the bow.
As you can see from the pictures, it is currently in climate controlled and carpeted storage.
Nothing's too good for a boat.
It all sounds great, I know, but I haven't even told you the best part. It's hull/sail number 007. How cool is that? Just think of the potential names! If you've ever been looking for a good excuse to sail a regatta in a tuxedo while bombed out of your mind on martinis on a boat named Octopussy, this it it.
All of the bits and pieces EXCEPT for a main sheet
Blade bag (zipper kind of sucks)
Seitech 2-boat storage rack (currently selling for $584.50 at APS)