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To me, the Lone Star looks sleeker than the boat in question. Longer anyway. It doesn't have the hatch in the transom. That might just be how the pictures are framed though.
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It was the closest hull match I could find with limited searching. At least it has the shear water or splash guard on the deck. I still think it might be a Chrysler hull. The 'Dagger' was another variety of Chrysler's boat works of similar size while they were still making boats.
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I don't believe it is a Chrysler Dagger sail, as you can see the Chrysler Dagger sail mark spells out the word "Dagger" in the outline of a knife, but the marking on my sail has no embedded letters. Also, the sail on the Chrysler Dagger picture does not have a sleeve which slides over the mast.

The Chrysler Lone Star looks closer to my hull, but the deck is substantially different from the pic I am posting here.
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Man-o-war, apparently, not a Dagger

I just bought a boat that was listed as a dagger, also, and then when I read the manual started to wonder about it. Found this thread (2 years later) and kept digging. I found this link: Chrysler Man O War sailboat for sale, which shows the exact lines of the one I bought.

Maybe it helps the next person who searches for this.

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