J24 #2379 Trailor and Extras

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    ndhosford New Member

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    City:
    Dana Point
    State:
    CA
    Cost:
    $6900
    1981 J24 sail# 2379 hull # PSL1023790181 $7100.
    Two boats in one - a fast class legal J/24 and (with tall jib quick conversion kit), a more comfortable, roomy, economical, and easier to sail PHRF racer.
    • Current J/24 Measurement Certificate, good racing record
    • Sailor's Tailor tent style boat cover
    • Keel faired to Compukeel CKD shape in 2007 (key to speed since then)
    • Sparcraft mast and Boom, mast butt adjuster
    • Hall Spars Tapered Carbon Spin pole - With standard aluminum pole only reduce by $400)
    • 8 good or better J/24 Class legal racing sails) + 4 practice practice sails + tall PHRF jib (see below)
    • Quick Conversion kit for no-Genoa PHRF racing (without reduce by $250) includes:
    • 4.375” plug-in carbon supported mast extension, stay extenders, and full wind range tall ( 11” taller than a class blade) Dec 2013 Ullman jib in very good condition. Provides performance equivalent to Genoa but with more headroom, sitting room, better visibility, and reduced cost.
    • Optional Very low use 2015 Ullman tall jib in almost new condition (add $800)
    • Road worthy single axle trailer, with surge brakes & 2015 load range E tires
    • 3 ½ hp Nissan 2-stroke outboard. (without reduce by $400)
    Mobile 714-401-5192 Email doug_hosford@hotmail.com 2010NOOD.JPG 7039-e_touchlr.jpg P2121708a.jpg
     
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    ndhosford New Member

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    Sorry, Super Strings has been sold. I'll take down the ad when I find out how.
    I do have one prototype J/24 EZ conversion kit consisting of a mast extension, 4 1/4" stay extenders and a tall jib (80 races but in very good condition - roughly equivalent to 15 to 20 races on a class Genoa) $500. The kit used in the picture is pre-production. The sail in the picture which I would call excellent condition went with the boat and had about 15 races.
     

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