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Old 05-10-2012
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99.9% finished

1967 Cal 30. She's looking good, only a couple of more small things to do and having a blast since we bought her in 2010. Many thanks to all on here for their help, support and motivation. We sail her on a local lake with 1,200 miles of shoreline -- perfect for gunkholing.
I still don't know a lot but I know a heck of a lot more than I did in 2010 thats for sure. Ya'll come and we'll take her out for a spin. The sail is a drifter, I figured it would make for a nice photo opp.
Will try and post some additional pics of her interior, not sure how to make them larger yet.

Fairwinds to all
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Nice. I have a 1968 Cal 2-30. It's amazing how different the two look. I'm watching for those pics!
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