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Old 05-09-2013   #141
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Well, that's a sweet looking '79!
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Greetings we have bought a 38-1 original Charlie Morgan, 1971 hull #68,home port Jacksonville,FL./ yep it has a atomic 4..the up side is that it came with a new reman. still shrink wraped on a pallet,
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Greetings we have bought a 38-1 original Charlie Morgan, 1971 hull #68,home port Jacksonville,FL./ yep it has a atomic 4..the up side is that it came with a new reman. still shrink wraped on a pallet,
'sounds great, but what is a "reman"? We're in Jax too,- acually Orange Park and soon cruising to the Keys for a few weeks.
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captainforce,,OK mybad,"reman "= rebuilt at the factory, hope to see you on the waters,,we're at the beach, good to hear from ya, CHEERS
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Thanks Blackbird,- I should have seen the reman as remanufactured,- we old guys need all the help we can get when it comes to the more recent abreviated speach! We'll be out your way thrusday or friday for a trip south!
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Hey SailNet@! First post, but glad to be here.

I've been sailing my 1970 Charley Morgan 38 for over a year now and I have fallen in love with it. "Contigo" is a strong sailing heavy full keeled boat with racing lines that allow me to take her up to high speeds compared to most any other boat in her class. The cabin has been modified to accompany more space, making this a perfect single or double handed cruiser.

Anyway, I've gathered from sailboat data's website that there were only 75 of these CM-38s made. Is that true? The number on my panel reads M38K007. Does that mean this is the 7th boat made of this series out of 75?

Anyway, I love the boat and cant wait to keep learning more about her!

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...................... The number on my panel reads M38K007. Does that mean this is the 7th boat made of this series out of 75? ......................
'sounds like you would be #7, but check the end cap at the aft of your boom. It was a common practice at Morgan Yachts to stamp the hull production number on this point of the rigging to match the hull. This was not always done, but I'm hull# 172 for my production model and it's stamped on the end of my main and mizzen booms.
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Hi Mike,

1968 Morgan 34 Hull 286A (have no idea what the A signifies).

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We just became the proud owners of 1969 30 #199, the centerboard on ours was removed as well. Glad to hear that's not a problem. Wondering if anyone knows how to trace the name history. Racing #2759 if that helps. Recommendations of where and how to find this out would be greatly appreciated.
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