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A lot of variables there. The only definitive answer I can offer is "maybe."
If you are purchasing a newer design than the one you lost (sorry about that, by the way)) there is probably a better chance the old chute will fit the new boat. Modern designs tend to have more height to their rigs than older ones (gross generalization).
But then there are questions like, was the old boat a mast-head rig, and is the new one fractional? Or vice versa? If so, the sail could end-up quite a mismatch.
My best suggestion is to hold on to the sail, and see what boat you end up with. Then ask a sailmaker what they think. It might end up working, or worst case you can sell/trade it and use the proceeds toward a new one.
Good luck to you!
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