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Cal 20 #323 and trailer for sale

Selling my 1963 Cal 20 sailboat (#323). She's in bad shape. Been sitting in my driveway untouched for about four years and could really use a good cleaning. I'd love to fix her up again and sail her, but am unable due to health.

AS IS. MUST SELL! Make me an offer. Cash only.

Included:
Boat (no motor)
Cradle Ride trailer (lift off)
3 sails; Doyle Mylar jib, Doyle main, older Doyle main.
Various gear.

Boat is located near Nashville in Hendersonville, TN.

Photo is what she looked like about seven years ago. I'll post some current (sad) photos upon request.

Thanks,

Chris
cacol@comcast.net
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Re: Cal 20 #323 and trailer for sale

What is the condition of your mast? I am looking for a repalcement mast for my Cal 20. I lost my mast while racing her on Sunday, August 5th, 2012 in NJ out of Red Bank, NJ. If your mast is in good condition, would you consider selling apart from your boat which I don't need?

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Chuck Hunnewell
E-mail: "chuck.hunnewell@siemens.com"
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