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03-25-2003 03:55 PM
Pearson 27 info

My brain is failing me right now, but Pearson bought some molds in the 1980''s from an outfit that went belly up and was producing a Pearson Triton line, or something like that. This boat may be one of those. The P-26 was last produced in 1982, and you are correct that what we Pearsonites call the P-27-II (to differentiate it from the Pearson Renegade, a design from the ''60''s that also was 27 feet)came out in 1987. I own a 1989 P-27-II.
03-25-2003 01:31 PM
Pearson 27 info

There is a 27'' Pearson listed in my area. The year is 1984. is this a true P27 or a P26 listed incorrectly? I seem to be seeing that P27''s weren''t made before 1987....

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