I have a 1996 21' fourwinns with a 1996 Johnson outboard. The boat was given to me 2 years ago, and it has been a money pit. Lots of little things, bildge pump, fuel filter/tank/hoses, cockpit lights, radios, anteneas, on and on. Apparentley the the latest thing to fail was the low oil light. Yeah, that's right, I had the oil on board but didn't know it was low/empty. I blew apart one of the pistons (pics to follow), surprizingly there's little damage to the cylinder wall and the engine is not siezed. My dilemma is, do I try to fix it, or do I sell it as is. I believe it's worth about $2k now and about $4k if the engine is running. I could replace the piston myself for about $100 but I really don't know what if anything else might be wrong with it. What would you do?