Hello lovely people, Having abandoned plans to view a 42 (didn't feel right, broker strangely evasive) and a 44 (an honest boat but way too much work needed), I'm now focussing on a very good-looking 1997 Moody 40 being sold by a member of the MOA. This boat has had the replacement of the teak / plywood in the cockpit with new teak panels, so that's one common job ticked off, and on paper / screen looks to be a well-cared-for and recently updated boat in good condition. I'm viewing the boat this coming weekend. What should I look out for? Does this boat have problems with the rudder tube / seals? Experience from owners and buyers of 40's of that vintage especially welcome. Thank you in anticipation.