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1975 Cal 34 Cabin Window Replacement

I''m replacing my cabin windows that appear to be the originals. No manufacturer is stamped on what I have. Has anyone every found a manufacturer that fits this application? Any recommendations? The windows I have appear to be molded plastic frames with plexiglass inserts, but they seem to be impossible to just replace the plexiglass.
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1975 Cal 34 Cabin Window Replacement

I would try Catalina Direct or Catalinaowners.com I got a seal kit for my Capri 25 at Catalina Direct, they probably have something similar for your model.
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1975 Cal 34 Cabin Window Replacement

Contact Mark Plastics, 369E. Harrison St.,Corona CA 92897 (951)735-7705.

They manufacture plastic windows for most fiberglass boats originally built in Southern California. Ask for Mark Heacox. They can supply plastic framed windows with plastic or tempered glass. Go for the tempered glass if you have flat cabin sides, they will last forever. My first set of replacement plastic windows only lasted five years before developing crazing. Have since replaced with tempered glass...far superior in both appearance and optics. The glass is only about $20 more per window.

Jim
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