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Thumbs up irwin 32.5 rudder

hi my name is Frank and i am rebuilding a 73 irwin 32.5 cc and its missing the rudder any adeas, i am going to need a lot of help to be able to take her to the caribbean in a few years
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any idea how much they run i am all the way down in puerto vallarta mexico, maybe a used one........
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