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T30 Owners Manual

We just acquired a 1972 Tartan 30. Any ideas where we can get a copy of an original Owner's Manual ?
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The Tartan group here is not as active as the group at www.tartanowners.org. You might want to stop by there and look around. They also have an active discussion group with several owners of the 30 involved.
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i can send you a copy of mine
ill have to scan it
if you arn't in a hurry
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I would appreciate it also

My wife and I are trying to buy a 1971 Tartan 30 and would greatly appreciate a copy of the scan as well. I just joined and can't send you a PM yet. Thanks.
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sorry, but is there anyway you can email me the scan if you have saved it somewhere still? thanks again.
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Um, and me too if anyone has a Tartan 30 owner's manual. Just bought hull
7. I just joined and can't send a PM yet either.
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One of you lads or lasses should think about starting an owners group for the T30.
I started a Yahoo group for the T 27' over there called T27Owners and after a few years we have over 200 members. There are ways to store the 'original owners manual' and all the other boat model specific info for everyone to share. We had a tartan27owners.com group that crashed and I moved as much content as I could to Yahoo Groups to start with.
There are a couple of other larger Tartan websites like TONE (Tartan Owners New England) Welcome to the Tartan Owners website
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There already is a Tartan 30s site - the Chesapeake Tartan 30 organization.
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Home Page | Chesapeake Tartan 30 Association
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Re: T30 Owners Manual

I know its an old thread but chesapeake site in long inactive. I also was looking for info on finding a t30 manual. Just bought hull140 today.
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