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The Cal 33-2 is a sweet boat, I came close to buying one during the last search. This model has an all glass hull, to the best of my knowledge no Cals have cored hulls.

As to the presence of core in the deck, you can usually deck the cored areas from inspection of the underside of the deck, as the cored laminate will be thicker and have a ridgeline when it begins. I can't recall if whether this boat has interior panels that limit viewing of the deck underside.
 

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Again, I'm still looking to see if anyone knows if CAL used a balsa core in the hull of the mid eighties CAL 33...
I looked personally at four of the Cal 33-2s, they all had solid glass hulls, I'd bet that the one you are looking as does also...not likely they made a one-off. As I said before I have never heard of any Cal with a cored hull.
 
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