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They are in the PS lineup and were hand built built in the USA by American craftsman, and thanks for posting a copy of my vessel.
You're welcome Rick, but I thought yours' was a 33.

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Right TB, they copied the 32?
Did anyone ever come up with the make of the pilothouse yet? It renminds me of one that was for sale and posted on the internet about 4 years ago in British Columbia.
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She is almost certainly (99.99% probability) a Panda 40. Hull is identical, underwater profile is right and the only oddity is a couple of extra windows in the pilot house. Owner did claim she was a Valiant but the underwater is all wrong. I think he was using Valiant as a generic name for any Perry designed canoe stern because of the Valiant's popularity. No one in Australia would have heard of a Panda other than as a cute widdle fwuffy cwitter wot eats bamboo. Well maybe not exactly little !!

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The boat TAK is thinking of is "One Iron". It is a 40' Tashiba Pilothose. It was sold out of Annapolis Marina in March this year. The same time I was buying my Tashiba 31 PH.

Yea thats it.. it was over in Port A last time I saw it .. I looked at the 31 you bought - was tempted but went w/ the Caliber - 31 Tashiba was very nice .. How do you like it?
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I love it. Cosmetically it was near perfect. Mechanically very good. Just needed hoses and new iron parts (mounts, exhaust riser). Sailed it to Block Island this September.
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I love it. Cosmetically it was near perfect. Mechanically very good. Just needed hoses and new iron parts (mounts, exhaust riser). Sailed it to Block Island this September.
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