“Built to Last, Not to a Price,” is how J/Boats once described its iconic 30-foot family racer/cruiser. Introduced in 1979 and built until Tillotson Pearson put the molds out to pasture in 1987, production came to a halt at hull No. 546. Where they all ended up is anyone’s guess, but today, there are pocket fleets in the deep South, New England, and the Chesapeake Bay. Basically, anywhere you can find good cruising grounds and hardcore old-school one-design sailors that know a deal when they see one.