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I believe the "ABC" reference is correct. The hull identification number should be in a sequence that starts with the maker's name, then model, then the hull number, another set of letters/numbers, and finally the year the boat was built. So, in the case of a 40, the number looks like: PSC40046C101, which equals Pacific Seacraft 40, hull number 046 (for 37s, that first zero disappeared when production went into the hundreds), C1 (the meaning of which I do not know), and 01, signifying the boat was built in 2001.
Hope that helps.
Anybody know what the C1 stands for?
PSC 40 -- #46