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Pretty small 33 footer.
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Me thinks I've see this craft on my way home. If so its been there for quite a few years. No inside data, only seen it a highway speeds, on the edge of a cranberry bog.
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Yup, that's the boat.
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I think you'll find it's actually a 1980 C&C 34. They didn't make a 33 in 1980 and the windows aren't right for the earlier 33, the boat's not right for the later (circa 86/87) 33.
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Could be my peepers are out of calibration but it just doesn't look that big to me.
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Well the C&C 29 MkI is a very similar shape to the 34 but I don't think they ever made that model with the glued in portlights, and the ports in this one look factory.

I kinda agree about the apparent 'size' but all the other parts (transom shape, sternlight, portlights etc look like the 34. Maybe there's just no reference with it sitting out in a field. Looks in not bad shape, and a Max prop too!!
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Looked it up, sure looks like the 34.
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Yeah, I agree on the 34. I paced it off at 32 and the site listed it as 33.5, I guess I should have rounded it up.

It definitely needs some work, but overall appears in good shape.

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The toerail makes me think C&C.
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