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SOLD 1980 Canadian-Built Laser; Full rig & dolly

mtoms

Member
1980 Canadian-built Full-rig Laser sailboat in solid club racing or recreational sailing condition, including all of the following gear:

Vang, cunningham and outhaul are all present

Comes with both a Full rig setup with a class legal, club-race quality sail.

Blades - rudder and daggerboard - are in good condition with usual dings, nothing major.

Aluminium Tiller and extension

Blade bag

Top Cover

Galvanized Dolly

The boat is ready to race/sail/cruise today.

It has cosmetic dings in the gunnel and several cosmetic scratches on the bottom - nothing structural in either case.

Trailer choices available:

Kitty Hawk galvanized trailer with title, greased buddy bearings and working lights. Trailer has 1-7/8in hitch and four-way flat electrical connection. $750 extra.

Right-On Trailer with title, greased buddy bearings and working lights. Trailer has 1-7/8in hitch and four-way flat electrical connection. $500 extra.

I can also deliver to anywhere with 250 miles of Deltaville - or you can meet me in Deltaville to save on the $1/outbound mile delivery charge.

Cash much preferred. Feel free to make offers.

You can reach me by email at the above link and I will get right back to you or via phone at 7fore8-Oh17fore, where the code for the area is 54(1 less than 1). YOU MUST INCLUDE A WORKING US PHONE NUMBER IN YOUR RESPONSE OR I WILL ASSUME YOU ARE AN INTERNET SCAMMER.
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LaLi

Well-Known Member
Good that you included the picture of the transom code! "ZFS90305M80I" means that the boat is number 90305, and was built by Performance Sailcraft in Montreal, in April, 1980. But it certainly looks nice enough to be mistaken for a newer one.

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mtoms

Member
Thanks very much for catching that.

I noticed the Made in Canada sticker on the back of the cockpit yesterday and thought that did not make sense, since they stopped building Lasers in Canada in, I believe, 1991. That clarifies.

And very glad to know it is a Canadian-built boat - I believe these boats are unicorns. They are fast, even at 40+ years old.

Will update the listing.
 
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