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Fairclough frame for 42 footer

I have a Fairclough-built metal frame (without the canvas cover) for a 42 foot sloop (Albin Nimbus). I am keeping the boat but no longer need the frame. If anyone is willing to pick up the frame from me in Connecticut, he/she can have it for the taking. It would save my taking it to the dump.
If you are interested, please contact me at kahnanthony@gmail.com.
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Re: Fairclough frame for 42 footer

Wow. Just bought a nimbus. Looking for frame. This is an old post. Do you still have the frame? I am in ct
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Re: Fairclough frame for 42 footer

It seemed the OP was going to chuck it and hasn't been logged on since they made that single post over a year ago. However, worth a shot. Try clicking on their screen name and then Contacts and send them an email.
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