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Shannon, she's just sitting there, waiting for you to make an offer. She's definitely a one of a kind and absolutely Gorgeous to boot.
At 20 years old now, I would be a little bit more concerned about the core and transom than I would hours on the motor.
This may not be the best area on the forum to ask this question, but
I have heard about the problems with wet cores and transoms on the older Pulsares a few times on this forum.
Where does the water soak in?
I would think if the four bolts that hold the motor or Jack plate to the transom were properly sealed, as well as a good seal between the cap and the hull, water wouldn’t get into the transom wood or the core.