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Still Have Any T/4 Parts?

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I have everything for a CAL T/4 but the deck & hull
all standing rigging, chain plates and mast /boom
7 sails
tiller and rudder
cushions (cabin)
new vinyl rub rail never installed
new lifelines never installed
Still have any T/4 parts?
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Need parts for '73 T/4

Do you still have any of the parts? If so, where are they?
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Re: Parting-out 1972 CAL T/4

1972 Cal 33 in California looking for all parts available
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