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Winter Cover for Sabre 34

I purchased a Sabre 34 from a gent that owned it in Maine and moved it to Florida . Included was a custom fit "cacoon-like" winter cover. It is made of canvas and has aluminum ribs for support. Obviously, I hope I never need it here in Florida. Does anyone have an idea of the financial worth of something like this, and where to sell it? Thanks
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I could possibly be interested in purchasing this cover. Send me additional details at the following e-mial address
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Hi MV, I''ve owned 2 C22s. My first a ''74. Does yours have a blue hull? anyway, just remember the hard way is raising the swing keel, the easy way is lowering it. Try to avoid the extreme at either end. You''ll know when it getting close to the upper limit so quit. MOST IMPORTANT.. DO NOT let go of the crank as it may allow the keel to free fall and possibly separate which will put the boat on its side or possibly turtle. (only heard of this in the C 25 which may have the same sized bolt for a heavier keel.)If the crank does get away from you, be careful it doesnt break your arm if you stick it into the blur.
Its a great boat, honest and able to point higher than much "better" boats.
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