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Acrylic Retailer in the NYC Area

I'm getting ready to replace the old yellowed, crazed ports in my Alberg 35 and I'm having a hard time finding a local acrylic retailer. Anyone know of a source around NYC?
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Here's one - and they speak Spanish too!

ps - I found that in 2 min from Victoria. Internet yellow pages.
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If you need new ports for a boat and are in NYC, why not go with Select Plastics in CT.
They specialize in marine ports and such and are far more knowledgeable than most other vendors....They can also cut the acrylic to the proper shape if you provide them with a template of the ports in question.
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Here's one - and they speak Spanish too!

ps - I found that in 2 min from Victoria. Internet yellow pages.
They may speak Spanish, but they don't know how to spell "español".
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Thanks for the replies. I've heard good things about Select Plastics...didn't realize they were so close by. I'm going to give them a call.
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