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05-06-2010 04:21 PM
bonito I couldn't find mine either, but i think its on the registration papers, I have to take a look.
Have you had yours yet in the water?
I have done some major re-modeling on mine and got a lot of help from here if you need info, let me know I can help ya if you like.

ps. I passed a Catalina 22 a few month ago on my rusty Cal 21, what a feeling......LOL.
03-21-2010 08:38 PM
jrguth Meant to say the rudder is carbon fiber.

Also, does anyone know where the Hull # is on the Cal 21. I have the number, but in the process of registering her in my name I have to have the police come and check all numbers, and the Veh. ID on the trailer ( I know where that is ).

Thanks, jr
03-21-2010 01:21 PM
3rd Post maybe some pics

Flickr: jrguth's Photostream

Trying again

03-21-2010 01:19 PM
Cal 21 b4 pics

Trying this using Flickr from Yahoo

Sorry about the blue tarps, but there was some water inside the boat, and I'm trying to leave it open to dry, and prevent more rain from entering while I try to find the leaks.

I picked this boat up on Mar. 1st from a dry dock area in Indpls, IN. The previous owner had never lowered the mast, and the boat was uncovered and had about 3-4 " of snow on her. Condensation was dripping from the ceiling, inside paint is peeling and I have foam in the V section, but is not covered.

Much TLC needed. My local Sailboat service center in Indy said the missing pintle is no longer available. As my rudder was cracked from top to bottom, I have ordered a new composite fiber rudder from Ida-Sailor with new hardware and will reverse the pintles and gudgeons.

Will try to keep you updated, some of your projects are amazing, and inspire me to do good work.

I guess I can't post a link until I make 2 posts, so I will follow with the pics, maybe.


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