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Anybody know the make and model?

I came across this boat. Anybody know the make? I thought it was a Corbin at first..
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to find out what this is i need some info like the length of the vessel or possibbly a hull number off of the transom
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Boasun will become famous soon enough Boasun will become famous soon enough
But she does have sweet lines and a unique transom.
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Photos from further away, so that we can see the cabintop would help too...
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I can't quite make out the name of the brokerage, but they'd probably have the scoop.
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It is definitely a Bill Garden designed BC built Truant 37.
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yeppers good job Boats and Yachts for sale - BoatPILE.COM - 37' 1982 TRUANT MARINE Cruising Sailboat - USD$101,100 - Canada
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This one looks like the non-pilothouse version... and looks like it's an incomplete hull-and-deck kit given the lack of deck hardware/stanchions etc. So it could be a 'new' early 80s boat!
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Wonder if they had to pay royalties to the Lapworth estate for ripping off those keel and forefoot lines. Nice looking cruiser.
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