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JedNeck,

Any before and after pictures of the V-Berth? I'll be re-doing mine this winter. Already have the quarter berths removed.

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Any Cal 2-27 owners out there? Not the pop-top.
I could ask a few questions if there is anyone.
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Anybody got a Cal 27?
Just noticed these posts.

I have a 1975 Cal 2-27.
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Re: Cal Owners

Fuel Tank Replacement Cal 2-29

Anyone have info on availability of replacement tanks for this boat? I'm planing to buy this boat and anticipating replacement of a tank with much surface rust.

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The tank will be custom i went with 14 gallons and there are many builders

It looks like your fuel fill is still on the cockpit sole which will be and issue as i had to move mine up to the rail to pass a survey



Its much better anyway as it keeps water out of the tank
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