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post #11 of 16 Old 12-30-2009
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I just purchased a 1978 29 cal and I would be very interested in obtaining the patterns or the window glasses. Please send me information of how to arrange for this to happen. Thanks, New poster!
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No problem , where you located?
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I am in Florida. Please send me how can I get this as soon as possible.
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windows for cal 29

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So, i pulled out my port lights and had new glass made up for them but i have my old ones.. It cost me $138 for all 4 . Any one going to do the same and need examples " patterns" and not want to nuke there boat yet?
I would be willing to donate these or get some cut here and ship them out to fellow Cal 29 owners..
Iam interested in the windows for my Cal 29 what woudl be next step ?
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Replacement windows and frames for the Cal 29 and 28 can (or could) be obtained from Mark Plastics, 369 E. Harrison St., Unit G, Corona, CA 91719, tel: (909) 735-7705 Fax: (909) 735-0701. They have (had) the original patterns and molds. We purchased replacements for a 1976 Cal 2-29 we owned until 2002 and they were excellant quality and relatively inexpensive.

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Re: Cal 29 glass

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