Sails need a good cleaning and may be used or used for pattern.
There are 2 areas of concern on the hull, pictured, 1. lower starboard side, a plank joint, 2. the keel and outer stem joint and the brass rub rail on stern.
Two operational issues, 1. the rudder's mounting hardware or gudgeons are not installed correctly on transom. 2. the center board is not set up to operate correctly, but is a massive piece of galvanized steel and is correct shape and needs to be installed.
In a picture you can see the centerboard has a handle attached that the previous owner would use to operate it.
I have a few brass and bronze hard ware and turnbuckles.
I have the original, clothe, straw or grass filled fenders.
I bought this boat in upstate New York, with the intentions or restoring it.
I am hoping a new owner will restore it sooner then me later.
I also had framed (in mahogany, professionally) 2 pages of the original (used) 'blue print' plans, stamped and # 1295.
The trailer is in great condition, ready for a road trip.
I DO NOT have a TITLE for the trailer. NO TITLE FOR BOAT. Both will be a Bill Of Sale.