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If it isn't a Cal 9.2, then it must be it's twin from an alternate universe:
YIKES...What a stark contrast! Nice job SBS!
Checked out the ID: CA8V0012M(couldn't read the last three digits or letters).

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On second thought......

That HIN doesn't jive with it being a Cal-Jensen/Bangor-Punta boat (the first three letters should be JEN). According to these guys - Cal 9.2 Web Site - the Cal 9.2 was a design licensed from Jenneau. So, the boat in question may be a "Jenneau Rush" rather than a Cal 9.2.

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Ooops!! On THIRD thought, I just dug up the paperwork on my Cal 2-27 (something I should have done BEFORE I posted the stuff above), and the HIN starts with CAB7....So, I guess it is a Cal 9.2.
"CAB" is in use by someone else (or the USCG database is messed up); "V" must be the model designator, and "0012" would make it hull #12 (the rest is just the date of manufacture).
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Not positive, but I do not believe Jeanneau's use "JEN" back then for the ID number, at least my 85 Arcadia does not start with "JEN" it has an "IRIAR" start to it. The more recent ones may very well have a "JEN" as the first letters in Hull#.

But as noted, this appears to be a Cal, the 8 may very well be a "B" but appeared to be an 8.......

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Not positive, but I do not believe Jeanneau's use "JEN" back then for the ID number, at least my 85 Arcadia does not start with "JEN" it has an "IRIAR" start to it. The more recent ones may very well have a "JEN" as the first letters in Hull#.

But as noted, this appears to be a Cal, the 8 may very well be a "B" but appeared to be an 8.......

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No, I wasn't saying that "JEN" stood for Jeanneau. According to the USCG MIC (Manufacturer Identification Code) data base JEN is the MIC for Bangor-Punta, the folks how bought Cal-Jensen in the late 60's. However, if you click on the "CAB" MIC the info that pops up seems to indicated that CAB was the MIC for Cal-Jensen at one time, but that MIC is now registered to "Stroker Boats" in Tennessee. The MIC "IRI" is registered to JEANNEAU AMERICA INC. The "AR" should be part of the boat's serial # (maybe the model?).
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The AR could very well be the model, ie Arcadia. Not sure what the other numbers etc stand for. I know the 714 is not the hull number for this model, as only 305 or so were built. Might be the 714th built by Jeanneau for that year........

Anyway, I knew at the time JEN was not a jeanneau, but the IRI something or other was a Jeanneau hull number start. It does appear that this is the Cal version of the Jeanneau Rush. O'Day had a few Jeanneau models that they sold/built at the same time too. Not sure about Ranger or some of the other bangor-punta brands.

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