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Invicta Mk II

Hello, group.
I am hoping some one here can help me w a resource for window trim rings for my boat.
She is a 1965 Invicta Mk 2, Hull number 105.

Of the original windows(4) trim rings, 2 need replaced, one is broken beyond repair. The exterior rings. I've got an idea for installing new Polycarbinite windows w out the trim rings, tho I am not looking to
change her original look and this will. Not drastically, but enough.
There weren't but twelve of these Mk II's made.
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