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Hello Everyone,
I am looking to purchase a Cal 34-1 or 2. I am trying to find out the difference between the 34-1 and the 34-2. Any help or advice on what to watch out for in these boats would be appreciated. Thanks.

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Check out these Cal sites for info

Check out the Cal sites: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Cal_Boats/
or http://www.sailboatowners.com/forums...id=73286848527

The yahoo site has a lot of activity. I have a Hunt designed 1988 Cal 33.
A good boat which we completed a 2 year caribbean trip on. Now up for sale....... The early cals had flat decks the Hunt designed Cals were of
a more modern design. Double spreaders,Lines Led Aft ,Properly sized engines blend of materials and lighter colors below. I had Fairwinds Updated further ....Stern Rail Seats,Custom Stainless Stem Head Dual Anchor Roller, Swim Ladder Holds and Deploys Outboard motor,525 Amp Battery Bank clcjr54@hotmail.com
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If you get the Practical Sailor Boat Buying Guide, it will tell you the differences between the different boats.
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Thank you. I will take a look at this info.

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