Mylar+Carbon Fiber 155% genoa (excellent, cost about $2000), 130% genoa (fair), mylar+carbon fiber 100% genoa (excellent), mylar+kevlar main (good), several spinnakers (varied condition), Harkin roller furler for genoa (excellent, cost about $2000),
two recently installed Lewmar genoa self-tailing winches (excellent, cost about $1200) for genoa sheets,
TickTack Race Master connects wirelessly to Micronet thru-hull combo paddle wheel speed and depth sensor unit (excellent, cost $1400)
contains flux-gate compass which is accurate to 1 degree and solar powered.
RayMarine Tiller Pilot autopilot (like new, cost $390).
Boat has "rod" rigging which is more costly than standard stainless cables.
Has air pressure flushed PortaPotti mounted to floor with privacy curtain.
No kitchen stuff.
LED lights all-around.
Has Yamaha long shaft, two stroke, two cylinder outboard which pull starts easily and is quieter and smoother than a small Honda outboard.
Motor turns full circle. Has only Forward and Neutral gears.
Bottom needs sanding, small blister fixes, and repaint with Interlux VC17.
Also needs weathered teak companion-way strips replaced soon.
Otherwise it is ready to race competitively with a PHRF of 168.
Looks fast and is fast.
Similar weight (2500 lbs), dimensions, draft (4.5 feet), sail area, and PHRF (168) to a J-24 (162) but more comfortable, easier to use, and safer than the usual J-24.
Twin axle trailer with surge brakes on two front wheels. Five tires less than 1 year old. Double tongue extension reaches farther down launch ramp than most. Ladder and winch mount post. Small winch. Trailer is ugly but road worthy.
Just the priced removable items above, which do not include the hull, rigging, trailer or outboard motor, add up to $2000 + $2000 + $1200 + $1400 + $390 = almost $7000.