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parting out 27 with trailer

Hi everyone: I have been working on a Cat 27 to make her seaworthy for a few years and I have just given up: Need any Catalina 27 Parts? I have a new double anchor headstay, used mast with all standing rigging, lights, seats, boom, sails (hank on) jib and main, lots of interior, including water tanks, new water and waste deck parts, rudder and finally the hull-fixed keel with all pain removed below waterline and ready for epoxy. The hull comes on a trailer_ the hull is free, the trailer is 3k
1 month later-boat is all gone except of a few thru hulls

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Do you have the mainsail and bimmini?
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sorry all gone. I forgot about this threat or I would have gotten rid of it.
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