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10-24-2010 08:32 AM
WanderingStar You might try a new thread in "Gear and Maintenance" with any specific questions you have. Congratulations on your boat, good luck with her. I've owned about 15 Chryslers (cars) and liked every one!
10-23-2010 09:11 PM
gdbankie sorry,, ill learn
10-23-2010 08:06 PM
gdbankie recently acquired a chrysler 20,, it was,, i do need some info and put my eyes on one if any owners are near atlanta georgia,, problem is ,, need a boom, or at least a acurate boom measurement, and someone previosly cut part of the keel out just behind the keel trunk. i do have mast and rigging and a gooood fiberglass man... any help would be awesome
07-21-2009 09:42 AM
astraeus Since it has been revived a good place to talk to other Chrysler owners:

Chrysler Sailors :: Index
07-21-2009 12:37 AM
WheresTheBrakes I have a Chrysler 22 that I've owned for almost a year now..
I'd love to know details about the boat.. original bilge pump location, swing keel pin maintenance suggestions, mast rake, shroud tension, how the factory intentended to hold the pop top up, traveller suggestions...


PS-I don't love to pick a fight with the mean old dudes, but if the resurrected thread wasn't relevant, it wouldn't have been searched out and resurrected.. better to make one huge thread that spans years than hundreds of little 2posters
07-16-2009 12:22 AM
Keel Question

I was wondering. Can you sail with the keel partially extended? We have shallower water around Omaha and was a little worried about the 5+ foot draft. Thanks.
05-25-2007 01:46 AM
sailingdog Any reason you're resurrecting a dead thread... congrats on the Chrysler 20 btw, but please leave dead threads in peace...
05-24-2007 10:07 PM
Chrysler 20 Owner also

Just wanted to say, my wife and I have a Chrysler 20. We actually bought it last year (2006). But we didn't actually get it registered until yesterday (finally).

We still need to do some clean up and some minor repair, not to mention actually learn how to sail.

Anyway, I hope to hear more about other Chrysler 20 owner's boats.

But we've got time.
06-08-2006 02:51 AM
Chadfunk48 I just bought my C-20 and it's great. Working on restoring her a little before i get her in the water. Does anyone know what years the boats were built in? thanks
11-06-2005 04:44 AM
chrysler sailboats

If you are looking for something with a good cockpit that sails very well I would suggest looking at the Tanzer 22. Comes in both fixed keel and centerboard versions for a few grand. Cockpit seats are almost 8 ft and still fits two for camper cruising. Actually two of us and a black lab spent three days on one. Of course now I have a bigger boat.... Good luck
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