As with all Taiwan
builds, quality can vary enormously from t he start. Then factor in lots of years of use, abuse, and owner peccadilloes. A stringent survey
will be a start; be sure that all s/s bits are checked, for Taiwan stainless is highly variable in quality and chain plate
failures are not unknown. By this age, deck core
problems are very likely, so be sure to check that carefully. On some Taiwan builds, knock-off winches and other mechanical bits were used, and they, if present, are likely to be crappy. And so on...
I've only been aboard one landfall 39. It had been based at Kwajalain atoll for several years with only spotty maintenance
, and to be honest, i was not favorably impressed with anything about it. It was a long time ago and the details have escaped my sieve like mind, but that's the impression I was left with. IIRC the owner, departing after a long period of employment
on Kwaj, did get her back to the States and then sold her off.
Wish that I could be more upbeat about your prospect, but in your place I'd be very cautious.