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Looking at Chrysler 26

I am looking at buying a Chrysler 26. Price is right but I am worried about some rot in the wood at the bottom of the bilge. Is this wood structrual at all?
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Yes, it probably is.

I'd recommend you read the Boat Inspection Trip Tips thread I started to determine whether any boats are worth going further ahead with.
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Go here, chryslersailing.lizards.net they can help
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not sure what wood you are talking about in the bilge area, my 77 C-26 doesn't have any but the cabin floor and that is not a hard fix.

The C-26 is a great boat very roomy and sails very well.

Hope to see you on the Chrysler list (link posted above)
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