But thats the case with any boat. I think if the price is that good, and as long as the structural integrity is still there, it wouldnt worry me a bit.Unless the price is REALLY good I wouldn't go for it. As my last boat aged (13 years old) things that weren't an issue when it was new became more obvious at time went on. Things like rivets wearing down on bunks, wiring, transom issues. Little things but many of them that kept on growing. For some they might not have been an issue, for me..... a pain in the #$$!.
Just me, but I would not want anything wrong with it that might impact the integrity of the hull over the long run. And to Applied's point, someday you may want to sell it as well.