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need CLASSIC used mast to fit oyster55 1990

I need a classic used mast for the oyster 55 year 1990. she has a hood self furling mast and sail at the moment in good condition,if you know any persons you can put me in contact with to buy a used mast and maybe sail,it would be greatly appreciated as money is very tight as you know.

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I know i have seen places on the web with old masts on a rack for sale BUT around here the yards cut them up for scrap as there generaly pretty shot buy the time someone is willing to buy a new one
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What are your plans for your current mast? or is it shot?
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tommays yes i have seen that to, but i have seen mast at good boat yard around the world just sitting as the rich owner wanted twin tracks ect ect.may be i might get lucky.
capnblu,the hood self furling is in good condition but the yacht is in england,i would like to sell it if not it will be scraped.
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