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Old 09-04-2011, 07:46   #1
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Carbon Fiber Mast and Boom

92' keel stepped carbon fiber mast with all spreaders, 38' boom, rod rigging, in excellent condition. Top Quality, Can ship anywhere, located in south Texas, looking for offers.
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Old 09-04-2011, 19:21   #2
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Looking for offers.....come on ! when you advertise something , you have to have a price in mind.You make it difficult for prospective buyers and yourself.
Get real and put a price to it.
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Old 09-04-2011, 19:29   #3
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Re: Carbon fiber mast and boom

I know it won't be enough, but I'll offer 100 dollars.
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Old 09-04-2011, 20:03   #4
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I know it won't be enough, but I'll offer 100 dollars.
I know this won't be enough either but I'll raise that to $1000.00.
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This mast and boom cost over $300,000 in 2000, I'd like $10,000, but more important, some one that will use it. It is really impressive, but I cannot use it. I also have 7 or eight spectra/carbon/kevlar sails for the original rig,
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Re: Carbon Fiber Mast and Boom

acharne,
It may help to post some pictures. That always helps sell things
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Old 10-04-2011, 06:58   #7
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Re: Carbon Fiber Mast and Boom

Wow!! That's some mast......and boom. I've got to ask, on what kind of boat was it used? Probably not a 30 footer. The boom would stick out over the stern almost 20 feet. It might make it a little tender also.
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Re: Carbon Fiber Mast and Boom

What's the history (in a nutshell)?
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Old 10-04-2011, 07:45   #9
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Re: Carbon Fiber Mast and Boom

Mast is the spare mast from an 78' carbon maxi, I am doing a major conversion on the boat.
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Re: Carbon Fiber Mast and Boom

Can cut it in half, use it on my boat and save the other half as a spare! Too bad I don't have 10k to spare just now...
Good luck. I'm sure somebody will take you up on it.
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This mast and boom cost over $300,000 in 2000, I'd like $10,000, but more important, some one that will use it. It is really impressive, but I cannot use it. I also have 7 or eight spectra/carbon/kevlar sails for the original rig,
All kidding aside, that sounds like a great deal on the mast. You say this was a spare. So does that mean it's never been stepped?
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I am interested in your mast.
Can you email me;
Richard dot potter dot vet @ gmail dot com
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how much and were is it i am in colombia
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Thanks for the interest, but the mast has been sold
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