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05-05-2012 07:34 PM
souljour2000
Re: Cal 39 owners

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Originally Posted by lewharve View Post
I am trying to buy a cal 39, I found one that I liked and I had it surveyed. the rudder was a problem. I told the broker I want it fixed. he said all cals have a block of wood under the emergrncy rudder access that holds the rudder. any cal 39 owner have a block of wood or is this guy just trying to do something to cheat me to sell the boat
I dont quite follow...I have an emrgency rudder access on my '66 Columbia 40 covered by a bronze plate but after you use this tool to unscrew the plate...you see the rudder post head...different boat but not surer why there would be a piece of wood here...maybe someone more in the know will chime in...
05-05-2012 07:10 PM
lewharve
Re: Cal 39 owners

I am trying to buy a cal 39, I found one that I liked and I had it surveyed. the rudder was a problem. I told the broker I want it fixed. he said all cals have a block of wood under the emergrncy rudder access that holds the rudder. any cal 39 owner have a block of wood or is this guy just trying to do something to cheat me to sell the boat
02-21-2011 10:04 AM
BABALUBA hey Jim i will contact you of list with my details and my cal 39, in the mean time desperately trying to get a pattern for a cockpit dodger for my boat best P
01-21-2007 02:17 AM
techjunc
Cal 39 owners

I am maintaining a list of Cal 39 owners and boats across the country. Everyone on the list has a copy of it. If you'd like to have your Cal 39 listed and share information with other Cal 39 owners, please contact me off list at techjunc@pacbell.net.

Jim Williams
Spindrift, Cal 39-2 (1980)
San Francisco CA

 
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