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Boatpoker, you have some inaccurate information.
That was an old post of mine quoted above. The first and second generation C&C were solid glass hulls, then C&C introduced hull coring, generally in new models for "77-'78 and after.. It is a little tricky to figure out what generation a model fits into, but the following models are all glass: Mark I 24, 25 27, 30, 33, 35, 38, and Mark II 35. Some models I've lost track of...but the 34, 36 and newer models were cored.
You can determine whether a hull is cored by looking for the change in laminate thinkness that occurs where the coring is present. If you can follow the inside of the hull down from the deck joint, where coring is used, you will see a distinct ridge ( same with a deck...).
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