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Chrysler C-22 sliding kitchenette

I am restoring a Chrysler C-22 and would like to buy the sliding Kitchenette if I can find one.... if not, I would like plans to build my own. If anyone has one they can take a few pictures of and measurements, it would be greatly apreciated.


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does anyone here even have a kitchenette? Some basic info would be better than nothing. How does the sink work, does the stove come out to reveal a cutting board / countertop? I have the stove. Does it have a fresh water tank and a dirty water tank? is it hard to fill / dump?
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I don't know about kitchenettes, but if it is what I think it is, you might want to check out discussion groups on the topic of vintage trailers and early RVs...it sounds like the galley version of a Murphy bed.
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I would be happy to send you pics of the galley on my Chrysler 26, not sure how it would relate to the 22. Although I am not sure what you mean by "sliding kitchenette." My galley is quite fixed, and the only things sliding are the things I didn't stow properly before raising sail.

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The Chrysler C-22 has a galley that fits in a groove on the portside bench and slides out of the way beneath the transom seats and back when you want it. If you look here, in the top left picture you can see it.

http://chryslersailing.lizards.net/i...ler_ad_c22.jpg

I just have no clue as to the mechanics of how the rollers work (if any). I could prolly wing it with the rest but am trying to get as close to factory as possible.
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Sorry I couldn't be more helpful. You may want to try posting a question at the Chrysler discussion site before winging it.

http://www.chryslersailors.com/discussion/
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ya, i tried to sign up for the site you linked, but have to wait for a moderator to activate my account.... it's only been like 4 days too... Lol. I guess this is going to be a hassle to get done and i'll just rig something up.
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Are you sure?

Catalina 22's had a sliding galley. Did Chrysler 22's also?
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if you get any info on the galley please share it withme .....i have the same problem with my c 22
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The Catalina 22 offered a sliding galley. On the Catalina Direct newsgroup the consensus was that most people removed them because they wasted a lot of room for what they provided.

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