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Columbia 31 Nav Lights

My 1967 Columbia 31 sailboat has these great in-hull Nav lights that have given up the ghost. Looking for a set of lenses or assemblies. Trying to keep this boat as close to original as I can. Anyone know of new or used source?

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My 1967 Columbia 31 sailboat has these great in-hull Nav lights that have given up the ghost. Looking for a set of lenses or assemblies. Trying to keep this boat as close to original as I can. Anyone know of new or used source?

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Don't have an answer for you but you might want to ask the people at columbiasailingyachts : Columbia Sailing Yachts
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I believe Catalina Direct has the lights you want, they also sell just the lenses.
Catalina Direct: Flush Mounted Navigation Lights
Or if you are near So. Calif. Minney's surplus probably has a large box of used ones, many people replace them with a bow light because they don't show up as well as some newer designs.
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