Tom's already got the beautiful girl, before he got the boat!!!
I had a boat (on the water) in Florida for 5 years. When I moved to NC (we are just a few hours apart-Richmond) I used it 2-3 times a year and sold it to make room for the GT. Now I am trying to return to my Florida roots (even if the soil is sandy).I’m into fishing and have a 28 foot Grady White that sadly I bought new 3 years ago and has less than 100 hours thanks to VW. LOMG STORY
Not familiar with Rockholt. Ours were basically Craig Crafts that we built. Motor was an A stock Mercury mark15 built back in the ‘50’s. Of course they were completely rebuilt with a hodgepodge of parts from every production year. Heck guys even used a crank from a chainsaw motor that mercury built.'Neighbors had a "Rockholt" back in the late 1950s that looked very similar to those. 'Powered by a Merc outboard.
NC is cold in the winter. Fl is flat. Both are humid in the summers. Have a legal residence there but keep your GT in CA where the roads are amazing all year round.I run big block Cobalts,
but as retirement looms I am curious. Recently we considered NC or FL for the warmth. NC has hills and FL is flat so maybe you can shed some light on the subject.