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Islander Bahama 24 sails wanted

Hi everybody!!
I am working on getting this newly acquired IB 24 (1968) ready for this season.
My boys and I are excited but we are looking for a set of sails for it. If anybody has an extra set or an unused set around and wish to get rid of them let us know.
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Try Minney's Yacht Surplus in Cost Mesa, CA. They have many, many, many used sails and have a great reputation.
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