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which model Cal 24 do I have?

I have a 1984 Cal 24. The hull # is CABZ0037M84A can someone tell me if this is the 24-2 or 24-3 model? Thanks!
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What model Cal 24?

1984 and 1985 Cal 24's are generally referred to as a Cal 24'4" L(ength). All 1984 and 1985 hulls are the same 24 model. Prevoius versions of the boat were called a Cal 24, Cal 24-2, Cal 24-3, and Cal 24-4. Your version was designed by C. Raymond Hunt and was most probably built by Bangor Punta Marine in Tampa, Florida, before Cal was sold to Lear Siegler. I own a 1985. I would like to start an owners group or network for '84 and '85 Cal 24 owners. If you have any questions or want any more information, please contact me at libertytjd@zoominternet.net.
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Re: which model Cal 24 do I have?

I own a 1984 Cal 24. She's a great boat.

Are there any other similar vintage Cal 24 owners out there? I'm trying to figure out the best way to repair a broken keel bolt.

MEarly
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