If it's a labor of love...
First you need to track down a new aluminium mast. There are still a few of the SC-22's around so you can probably find someone to share the mast section numbers from. If you buy a new one I would guess (and it's a wind
guess) that the extrusion will run about $2,000 plus delivery
. Next up you need to have someone make a set of shrouds I would call rig rite and have them quote it (they may also sell you the mast) at the same time figure another $200.
Finally you will need sails
. A set of new sails for the boat will probably be about $3,000 for the working sails. Plus another $1,500 or so for a spinnaker
if you choose to add one.
All up I think you are looking around $7-$8,000 worth of parts
assuming you do all the work yourself and buy new. Used you can probably cut this in half, maybe by 2/3's. Just to get the boat sailing again.
You will also need to add a small outboard
at around $800.
If I had to guess, by the time you put it all together you will have something around $10,000 in the boat to get it on the water
the first time. Even as a labor of love this ends up seriously upside down on the boat.
The other option if the hull
itself has sentimental value is to find a SC-22 for sale
somewhere that is in decent shape and buy it for parts. This would likely be far cheaper than sourcing the parts individually.