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Old 11-01-2017, 10:08   #16
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I didnt see a prop shaft. I see a tranny and coupling but no shaft. That might explain any the bilge is dry.
It's a v-drive transmission, the prop shaft is under the engine.
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Old 11-01-2017, 12:09   #17
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Re: 1983 c and c 38 landfall

If only I were closer. Good luck with it though, I'm sure there are plenty of persons like myself that don't mind a fun project.
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Old 11-01-2017, 14:38   #18
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I didnt see a prop shaft. I see a tranny and coupling but no shaft. That might explain any the bilge is dry.
I turn down a C&C 38 at $33 K (In Washington NC). It ends up being sold at $20 K. One thing that turned me down, was the fact that I wasn't sure the Volvo (Here, it's a Yanmar) 3 cylinder engine could be pull out of the boat without dismantling the kitchen aft partition ??? Good luck
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Old 11-01-2017, 15:06   #19
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I turn down a C&C 38 at $33 K (In Washington NC). It ends up being sold at $20 K. One thing that turned me down, was the fact that I wasn't sure the Volvo (Here, it's a Yanmar) 3 cylinder engine could be pull out of the boat without dismantling the kitchen aft partition ??? Good luck
Absolutely. The drawers below the switch panel, which are located directly forward of the engine, are built to be lifted and removed. This allows forward access to the engine. Aft birth affords port access and cockbit starboard bench lifts to give access to starboard side.
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Old 11-01-2017, 16:59   #20
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Absolutely. The drawers below the switch panel, which are located directly forward of the engine, are built to be lifted and removed. This allows forward access to the engine. Aft birth affords port access and cockbit starboard bench lifts to give access to starboard side.
I think you have a Yanmar & I was talking about pulling the engine OUT of the boat, not working around it. In a previous life, I purchased in Chicago, a racing Chance 33 built in Germany with a 3 cylinder Volvo MD3B & I was able to pull it out of the boat easily with my boom & winch. I had the 3 cylinders rebored & I put the Volvo back as easily. Cheers !
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Old 11-01-2017, 18:08   #21
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Re: 1983 c and c 38 landfall

The forward access point is where the engine gets pulled from. And yes it's a yanmar.
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Old 13-02-2017, 13:50   #22
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Re: 1983 c and c 38 landfall

can you provide a bit more info on the engine, appears they all were v-drives and the engine listed on the spec sheets is a yanmar 3 Hm 30 hp , from the manual I have on later yanmars ,the 3 HM is not available in v-drive with the largest engine in 3 cylinder in that configuration being the 3gm at 27 hp. Why it matters is that I have most of the components for re-building a 3 gm if that engine is a complete write off. I gather the engine is seized and has not run since you purchased it. Is that correct?
Is the engine raw water cooled or FWC with domestic water heating tank?
What is the propeller, 2 blade, 3 blade fixed or folding?
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Old 13-02-2017, 14:23   #23
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Re: 1983 c and c 38 landfall

Not positive which engine this is nor am i sure about the prop. It is raw water cooled. I'm almost 100% sure this is the original engine.
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Re: 1983 c and c 38 landfall

I do not have any reason to believe that the engine is seized. My slip neighbor knew it to be a fine running boat up to a year ago, when he saw the owners take it out periodically. It has not be taken out since they left.
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Boat is sold thanks
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