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Farr 11.6 (Farr 38)
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There is the BUC book which can be found at most brokers and some libraries. As far as I know it is not available on line.

When researching pricing for a particular model, I generally look at ads for sisterships in magazines and on the net. I typically assume that the asking price is inflated about 10 to 15% which is not always the case. I also try to find comparable designs to get a sense of what they are worth as well. I also try to find out what is unique to each of the models that I am looking at, weighing such things as whether they have a one design fleet or some unusual construstion or interior layout (good or bad).

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I am not sure what the initials stand for. They do have a website at www.buc.net
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