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Old 08-30-2012
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PSC featured in "Good Old Boat"


The current issue of Good Old Boat describes favorably the PSC 34 and compares it with two other comparables.

I tried to upload a jpg of the table of contents but the upload failed for no obvious reason. If you are interested - just Google "Good Old Boat" and click on the cover for a peek.

Bob Steneck
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Christmas Cove, ME
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