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Re: Chrysler 26??

Gregdurand, you do realize this is a 4 year old thread.
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Greg,

I am curious what furler your boat is set up with. I just picked up a C-26 last fall and am trying to figure out which one to go with.
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Re: Chrysler 26??

We had a 1977 for 11 years on Table Rock Lake in Mo. and it was perfect for the family of 4. They are tender but otherwise sail well. Really impressed with the interior layout and execution. We had the Chrysler Sailor 10 motor that was trouble free. I have seen some derogatory posts about them but our experience was positive.
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